### What is a Feet?

The **foot** (pl. feet), standard symbol: ft, is a unit of length in the British imperial and United States customary measurement systems. The prime symbol, ′, is a customarily used alternative symbol.

Since the International Yard and Pound Agreement of 1959, one foot has been defined as 0.3048 meters. In both customary and imperial units, one foot comprises 12 inches, and one yard consists of three feet.

### What is a Meter?

**Meter** (abbreviation, m), also spelled as Metre(Commonwealth spelling), is the base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI). The SI unit symbol is m.

In the imperial system, a meter is equal to about 3.2 feet or 3 feet 3 inches.

The metric system is the standard of measurement used nearly everywhere in the world except in the United States; thus, it is the primary measurement system for scientific studies. Today, only the United States, Burma, and Liberia use the imperial system, and all other countries use the metric system.

### How to Convert Feet to Meters?

To convert Feet to Meters, simply multiply the Feet value by 0.3048.

The formula used to calculate Feet to Meters -

**d**_{(ft)} = **d**_{(m)} * 0.3048

The distance *d* in Meters (m) is equal to the distance *d* in Feet (ft) multiplied by 0.3048.

### How many Meters in a Feet

In simple terms, 1 ft is equal to 0.3048 m.

The formula used is 1*0.3048 = 0.3048(m)

### How many Feet in a Meter

1 Meter is equal to 3.280839895013 Feet. So we can also say that there are 3.280839895013 Feet in a Meter.

### Feet to Meters Conversion Table

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