# nail (cloth) to foot (Benoît) conversion

Conversion number between nail (cloth) and foot (Benoît) [ft (Ben)] is 0.18750016301687. This means, that nail (cloth) is smaller unit than foot (Benoît).

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from foot (Benoît) to nail (cloth) conversion

### Enter the number in nail (cloth):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 nail (cloth)
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in foot (Benoît)

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

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 nail (cloth) = (0.05715) / (0.304799735) = 0.18750016301687 foot (Benoît)
• 1 foot (Benoît) = (0.304799735) / (0.05715) = 5.3333286964129 nail (cloth)
• ? nail (cloth) × (0.05715  ("m"/"nail (cloth)")) / (0.304799735  ("m"/"foot (Benoît)")) = ? foot (Benoît)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between nail (cloth) to metre and metre to foot (Benoît) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from nail (cloth) to foot (Benoît) 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!

### nail (cloth) to foot (Benoît) conversion chart

 Start value: [nail (cloth)] Step size [nail (cloth)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
nail (cloth)foot (Benoît)
00
101.8750016301687
203.7500032603375
305.6250048905062
407.500006520675
509.3750081508437
6011.250009781012
7013.125011411181
8015.00001304135
9016.875014671519
10018.750016301687
11020.625017931856
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about nail (cloth) and foot (Benoît) units:

Convert Nail (cloth) to other unit:

### nail (cloth)

Definition of nail (cloth) unit: ≡  2 1⁄4 in.

Convert Foot (Benoît) to other unit:

### foot (Benoît)

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

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