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# How do you convert 5 feet 5 inches into inches only?

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###### February 01, 2009 8:12PM

multiply 5 time 12 then add 5 that's 65 inches

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Math and Arithmetic

Length and Distance

multiply 5 time 12 then add 5 that's 65 inches

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