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If a person is 2 meters tall, then he or she is 6.56 feet tall.

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    How much is one meter in inches? 39.37 If he/she is 2 meters, then multiply 2 x39.37= 78.74 inches Next divide 78.74 by 12. That is your answer. 6.56 ft. and then calculate to get the inches by .56x12in= 6inches. roughly 6ft 6.74inches is the height

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    You might post this question to the Math group to get a shorter method to convert the measurement.

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    what are you trying to ask?

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    lol wrong place to post :) b a fan of me if u can :)

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