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UK Size | EU Size | US Size |
---|---|---|

9.5 | 44 | 10.5 |

10 | 44.5 | 11 |

10.5 | 45 | 11.5 |

11 | 46 | 12 |

Human beings can withstand **3 to 4 atmospheres of pressure**, or 43.5 to 58 psi. Water weighs 64 pounds per cubic foot, or one atmosphere per 33 feet of depth, and presses in from all sides. The ocean’s pressure can indeed crush you.

fathom, old English measure of length, now standardized at **6 feet** (1.83 metre), which has long been used as a nautical unit of depth.

So to convert from meters to feet ( m to f ) is a simple conversion. We can use 1 m = 3.28 ft or 1 m = **39.37 inches** and just multiply.

Meters are the standard unit of length in the metric system, and inches and feet are standard units of length in the Imperial system. … One meter is equal to 3.28 feet, and 1 foot is equal to 12 inches. Therefore, 1 meter is equal to 3.28 × 12 inches, or **39.36 inches**.

Meters to Feet+inches conversion table

Meters (m) | Feet (ft) + Inches (in) | |
---|---|---|

4 m | 13 ft | 1.4803 in |

5 m | 16 ft | 4.8504 in |

6 m | 19 ft | 8.2205 in |

7 m | 22 ft | 11.5906 in |

There are **36 inches** (in) in 1 yard (yd).

Answer: The difference between meter and **yard** is that the meter is a SI unit of length and a yard is a unit of length. Also, 1 meter is about 1.09 yards.

The table below shows the relationship between some common units in both systems. 1 centimeter is a little less than half an inch. 1.6 kilometers is about 1 mile. 1 meter is about 3 inches longer than 1 yard.

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Length | Mass | Volume |
---|---|---|

kilometer | kilogram | dekaliter |

centimeter | centigram | centiliter |

millimeter | milligram | milliliter |

One **meter** is equal to 100 centimeters or 39.37 inches.

Footwear Size Comparison

Footwear Sizes | ||
---|---|---|

UK | 8 | 9.5 |

EU | 42 | 44 |

UK | 10.5 | 12 |

EU | 45 | 47 |

Conversion & Measurement Chart

UK Size | EU Size | US Size |
---|---|---|

9.5 | 44 | 10.5 |

10 | 44.5 | 11 |

10.5 |
45 |
11.5 |

11 | 46 | 12 |

To find your foot length, **measure the distance between the two longest points on your tracing**. Reduce this number by 5 mm, or 1/5-inch. The result is your foot length and the number you will use to determine your shoe size.

Men’s Shoe Sizes

US | UK | Europe |
---|---|---|

10 | 9 | 44 |

10.5 |
9.5 |
44 |

11 | 10 | 45 |

11.5 | 10.5 | 45 |

Men’s Size Chart

Sizes | Chest | Arm Length |
---|---|---|

S | 35-37 | 81-84 |

M | 38-40 | 84-86 |

L | 41-43 | 86-89 |

XL |
44-46 |
89-91.5 |

International Conversion Chart for Men’s

US | UK | Europe |
---|---|---|

40 | 40 | 50 |

42 | 42 | 52 |

44 | 44 |
54 |

46 | 46 | 56 |

The History of the Largest Shoe Size Available

Nowadays, the largest shoe size that most brands offer for men goes up to a **13 or 14**, but athletic brands like Nike or Adidas offer up to a 21 or 22.

Women’s Shoes Length and Width Charts

Length (inches) | Length (centimeters) | Japanese Size |
---|---|---|

8 7/8″ |
22.5 cm |
23 |

9 1/16″ | 23 cm | 23.5 |

9 1/4″ | 23.5 cm | 24 |

9 3/8″ | 23.8 cm | 24.5 |

Kids Shoe Size Chart (Six to Ten Years)

U.S. | Euro | Inches |
---|---|---|

1.5 |
33 |
8 inches |

2 | 33 | 8.125 inches |

2.5 | 34 | 8.25 inches |

3 | 34 | 8.5 inches |

How Deep Can You Go in a Submarine? That’s classified. What the Navy can tell you is **that** their submarines can submerge deeper than 800 feet.

The maximum depth for recreational diving is **40 metres/130 feet**. There is, however, an important caveat: you should always dive within the limits of your training and experience. Open Water Divers* are trained to dive to a maximum depth of 18 metres/60 feet.
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## What measure is a league?

league, any of several European units of measurement ranging from **2.4 to 4.6 statute miles (3.9 to 7.4 km)**. In English-speaking countries the land league is generally accepted as 3 statute miles (4.83 km), although varying lengths from 7,500 feet to 15,000 feet (2.29 to 4.57 km) were sometimes employed.
## How long is a cable?

## What is the difference between a meter and a foot?

or cable length

a nautical unit of length equivalent to **720 feet (219 meters)** in the U.S. Navy and 608 feet (185 meters) in the British Navy. Also called cable.