## How do you write height in an official document?

**Height can be entered in feet (ft.)** **and inches (in.) or meters (m)**. It is important to enter height as either feet and inches or meters.

**How do you write height in application form?**

In some cases a hyphen may help avoid ambiguity. If it's being used as an adjective, you might add hyphens. "His five-foot-two-inch body was thin as a rail." You can use numbers if you prefer—"He was 5'2" and small for his age"—no spaces, and be sure to add the mark for inches.

**How do you write 5ft 7 inches?**

This is my height also, I am **5'7"**tall. The conversion factor I remember is that there are 2.54 centimeters in 1 inch, so first I would change the feet to inches.

**How do you write 5'9 height?**

We can write 5'9 as **5 feet 9 inches**.

**How do you write height correctly?**

Write the measurement in full as inches, feet, etc. **Always use figures before the measurement**: for example, 4 inches, 9 feet, etc. Don't use hyphens when writing a person's height, except if it's describing them. Then you can write “the six-foot-four man”.

**How do you write height and length?**

Note: All box dimensions are written as **length x width x height**. For example, 14" x 11" x 4" means 14" (L) x 11" (W) x 4" (H)".

**How do you write the height symbol?**

The two most common ways of writing height in feet are **with an abbreviation (ft.) or the prime symbol (')**. For example, five feet will be written as 5 ft. or 5'. Inches are also written as either an abbreviation (in.) or double prime (“). To write five feet and five inches tallbe would 5'5” or 5 ft.

**How do you write 6 feet 2 inches?**

The symbol for “inches” is a quotation mark or a ditto mark. Hence, a man who was six feet two inches tall would be **6′2″**.

**How do you write 5 foot 3 inches in height?**

**5'3** = 160.02 cm

Use the calculator above to calculate between feet and centimeters.

**How do you write 5 foot 4 inches in height?**

Summary: 5 feet 4 inches is equal to 162.56 cm.

## What height is 5ft 11?

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5' 11" to cm.

Feet and inches | Centimeters | Meters |
---|---|---|

5 feet 11 inches | 180.34 cm | 1.8 m |

6 feet 0 inches | 182.88 cm | 1.83 m |

6 feet 1 inches | 185.42 cm | 1.85 m |

**What comes first W or height?**

What comes first? The Graphics' industry standard is **width by height** (width x height). Meaning that when you write your measurements, you write them from your point of view, beginning with the width.

**How do you write 12 inches?**

Thus 12 inches is written **12”**. The symbol for foot or feet is ' .

**How do you write dimensions in formal writing?**

**Use figures and spell out words like inches, feet, yards, etc., to indicate depth, height, length, and width**. You should hyphenate adjectival form before nouns. For example, He is 5 feet 6 inches tall.

**How do you write height on a report card?**

Height and Weight — How to write them when abbreviations are not used. He was a 6-foot 5-inch man. (Not: 6-foot-5-inch man, with three hyphens.)

**How do you write measurements?**

**The first number is the width (W), the second number is the depth (D), and the third number is the height (H)**. Another way to write the same measurements would be: 30″W x 16″D x 36″H. In this format, all of the dimensions are listed one after the other, separated by a space.

**How do you write 5 feet 3.5 inches?**

Height | Inches | cm |
---|---|---|

5′3.50″ | 63.50 | 161.29 |

5′3.51″ | 63.51 | 161.32 |

5′3.52″ | 63.52 | 161.34 |

5′3.53″ | 63.53 | 161.37 |

**How do you write 5ft 2in?**

I agree with Maryn and if you want to be specific, **five feet two inches** is your best choice.

**How do you write height in numeric value?**

**Here are some a few quick simple conversion facts from feet to inches.**

- 1 foot = 12 inches = 30.48 cm.
- 2 feet = 24 inches = 60.96 cm.
- 3 feet = 36 inches = 91.44 cm.
- 4 feet = 48 inches = 121.92 cm.
- 5 feet = 60 inches = 152.4 cm.
- 6 feet = 72 inches = 182.88.
- 7 feet = 84 inches = 213.36 cm.

**What does it mean 5 3 height?**

Five feet three inches (5'3") is equal to **160.02 cm**. This is because there are 30.48 cm in one foot.

## How many cm is 5'7 feet?

5 feet 7 inches in cm = [(5×12)+7] x 2.54 = 67 x 2.54 = **170.18 cm**.

**How do you write height in cm?**

Multiply the number of feet in the height by 30.48 to convert to centimeters. For example, if the height equals 6 feet 2 inches, multiply 6 by 30.48 to get 182.88 cm. Multiply the number of inches in the height by 2.54 to convert to centimeters. In this example, multiply 2 by 2.54 to get 5.08 cm.

**What should I weigh if I'm 5ft 11?**

Height | Normal weight BMI 19–24 | Overweight BMI 25–29 |
---|---|---|

5 ft 10 in (70 in) | 132–167 lb | 174–202 lb |

5 ft 11 in (71 in) | 136–172 lb | 179–208 lb |

6 ft (72 in) | 140–177 lb | 184–213 lb |

6 ft 1 in (73 in) | 144–182 lb | 189–219 lb |

**How do you indicate someone's height?**

The person helping can either **place a flat straight object flat on the head and mark the wall**, as before, or simply hold a pencil flat against the top of the person's head and mark the wall directly. Measure the distance from the floor to the spot on the wall to find out the height.

**Is width or height written first?**

What comes first? The Graphics' industry standard is **width by height** (width x height). Meaning that when you write your measurements, you write them from your point of view, beginning with the width.

**What comes first length or width or height?**

Listed dimensions are always inside dimensions. **The first dimension to measure is length**. Length is always the longest side of the box that has a flap. The next dimension is width.

**What is the correct order to write dimensions?**

When you tell us the dimensions of the box, they need to be in this order, **Length x Width x Depth**.

**What symbol means height?**

For feet, a single apostrophe is used ('). For inches, a double apostrophe is used **(”)**. Here's an example. 5′ 6″.

**How do you write an apostrophe with height?**

To write feet and inches with apostrophes, we **write the number of feet followed by a single apostrophe, and then we write the number of inches followed by a double apostrophe**. For example, suppose Larry goes to get his yearly physical, and the doctor tells him that his height is 6 feet and 1 inch.