# point (TeX) to foot (International) conversion

Conversion number between point (TeX) [pt] and foot (International) [ft] is 0.0011530833448642. This means, that point (TeX) is smaller unit than foot (International).

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from foot (International) to point (TeX) conversion

### Enter the number in point (TeX):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [pt]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in foot (International)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 point (TeX) = (exactly) ((254/722700)) / (0.3048) = 0.0011530833448642 foot (International)
• 1 foot (International) = (exactly) (0.3048) / ((254/722700)) = 867.24 point (TeX)
• ? point (TeX) × ((254/722700)  ("m"/"point (TeX)")) / (0.3048  ("m"/"foot (International)")) = ? foot (International)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between point (TeX) to metre and metre to foot (International) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from point (TeX) to foot (International) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

point (TeX)
Result in foot (International):
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### point (TeX) to foot (International) conversion chart

 Start value: [point (TeX)] Step size [point (TeX)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
point (TeX)foot (International)
00
100.011530833448642
200.023061666897283
300.034592500345925
400.046123333794567
500.057654167243208
600.06918500069185
700.080715834140492
800.092246667589133
900.10377750103777
1000.11530833448642
1100.12683916793506
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about point (TeX) and foot (International) units:

Convert Point (TeX) to other unit:

### point (TeX)

Definition of point (TeX) unit: ≡  1⁄72.27 in .

Convert Foot (International) to other unit:

### foot (International)

Definition of foot (International) unit: ≡ 0.3048 m ≡  1⁄3 yd ≡ 12 inches .

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