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deadpoolroxz

  • one year ago

i waz reading Attack on Titan and wondered how u convert meters to feet

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  1. deadpoolroxz
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    ps any Attackl onTitan fans?

  2. Sachintha
    • one year ago
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    Nope :)

  3. deadpoolroxz
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    haha ok can u help though

  4. deadpoolroxz
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    convert meters to feet

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    @Sachintha

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    i just need a formula

  10. Vocaloid
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    1 meter is about 3.28 feet, so multiply the number of meters by 3.28 to get feet

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    k thanxz

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    dats all

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    sorry sachinta she beet u

  14. Sachintha
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    1 ft = 12 in 1 in approx 2.5cm 1m = 100cm 100 cm aprrox 40 in 40 in approx 3.3 ft A long way. :D

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    k thanxz bit vocas was MUNCH simpler

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