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Answered 2012-10-21 04:36:51

1.9685 ins. X 2.7559 ins.

39.37 ins./m.

1 cm = 1m/100 = .3937 ins.

5 cm. X .3937 ins./cm. = 1.9685 ins.

7 cm. X .3937 ins./cm. = 2.7559 ins.

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5'5" is 165.1 cm


5 feet 7 inches = 67 inches. There are 2.54 cm to each inch, so 5 feet 7 inches = 67 x 2.54 cm = 170.18 cm





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