# foot (Benoît) to barleycorn conversion

Conversion number between foot (Benoît) [ft (Ben)] and barleycorn is 35.999968700787. This means, that foot (Benoît) is bigger unit than barleycorn.

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### Enter the number in foot (Benoît):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [ft (Ben)]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in barleycorn

?
 precision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [info] Decimal: Exponential:

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 foot (Benoît) = (0.304799735) / ((254/30000)) = 35.999968700787 barleycorn
• 1 barleycorn = ((254/30000)) / (0.304799735) = 0.027777801928426 foot (Benoît)
• ? foot (Benoît) × (0.304799735  ("m"/"foot (Benoît)")) / ((254/30000)  ("m"/"barleycorn")) = ? barleycorn

### High precision conversion

If conversion between foot (Benoît) to metre and metre to barleycorn is exactly definied, high precision conversion from foot (Benoît) to barleycorn is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!

### foot (Benoît) to barleycorn conversion chart

 Start value: [foot (Benoît)] Step size [foot (Benoît)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
foot (Benoît)barleycorn
00
10359.99968700787
20719.99937401575
301079.9990610236
401439.9987480315
501799.9984350394
602159.9981220472
702519.9978090551
802879.997496063
903239.9971830709
1003599.9968700787
1103959.9965570866
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about foot (Benoît) and barleycorn units:

Convert Foot (Benoît) to other unit:

### foot (Benoît)

Definition of foot (Benoît) unit: ≈ 0.304799735. of chiefly historical interest

Convert Barleycorn to other unit:

### barleycorn

Definition of barleycorn unit: =  1⁄3 in. of chiefly historical interest

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