My hight is 5 feet 6 inches,, so what will be my height in centimeters??

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  • 66 in = 167.64 cm

    (via conversion calculator)

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    There is a web site some where to figure out your genetic hight but I don’t remember where. I will look for it. What I found: 1 “There are many “formulas” that are promoted as useful in predicting how tall your child will be as an adult. But most provide only a reasonable guess at best. Genetic factors — how tall the mother and father are — have the greatest influence on adult height. Here is one popular formula that takes genetics into consideration: Add the mother’s and father’s height together in either inches or centimeters. Divide this number by two. Then add 2.5 inches (or 6.4 centimeters) for boys or subtract 2.5 inches (or 6.4 centimeters) for girls.” I used your parents info and got this: 2. “Your Child’s Genetic Potential for height is: 5 feet 9.5 inches”

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    My hight is 5 feet 6 inches,, so what will be my height in centimeters??

  • 5 Foot 6 In Cm

  • I think the easiest thing to do is start by converting your height to be entirely in inches. So, if you’re 5 feet 6 inches:

    5 feet x 12 inches = 60 inches

    60 inches + 6 = 66 inches

    Since by definition 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters:

    66 inches x 2.54 centimeters = 167.64 cm

    Hope that helps!

  • 1 feet = 12 inch

    5 x 12 + 6 = 66 inches

    1 inch = 2.54 centimeters

    = 66 x 2.54 = 167.64 cms

  • 66 inches divide by 0.393=167 cm

  • 1 foot = 1 x 30.48 cm

    1 inch = 1 x 2.54 cm

    5 feet = 5 x 30.48 = 152.4 cm

    6 inches = 6 x 2.54 = 15.24 cm

    Total:

    152.4 cm + 15.24 cm

    = 167.64 cm

  • = 2.54([5 * 12] + 6)

    = 2.54(60 + 6)

    = 2.54(66)

    = 167 16/25

    Answer: 167 16/25 or 167.64 cm

  • 5*12 = 60 inches

    you 5’6″ is 66 inches

    66*2.54 = 167.64 cm

  • 1 foot = 12 inches = 12 x 2.5 = 30cm

    Therefore: 5 x 30cm = 150cm

    + (6 x 2.5) = 15cm

    Total = 165cm

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