# Miles to Feet

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### How to Convert Miles to Feet?

1 mi = 5280.019685 ft

For example: Convert 3 miles to feet

3 miles to feet = 3 × 5280.019685 = 15840.059055 ft

### Mile Definition

The mile is an imperial measure of length. And it is also the unit of length in the American customary system of measurement. It is used to measure distance. 1 mile is equal to 5280 feet. 1 mile is also equivalent to 63360 inches.

Miles are imperial units of length. The imperial system is an informally standardized unit system used in the United Kingdom, its former colonies and the Commonwealth of Nations. Officially it only applies to the US, Liberia and Myanmar. Other countries or regions use the international system of units, the metric system, also known as the metric system. The United Kingdom completed the conversion to the International System of Units in 1995.

### Foot Definition

Feet knew as foot (symbol: ft) is a unit of length used in the
Anglo-American customary system of measuring. It equals a third of a yard or 12 inches.

Feet – In English-speaking countries, various ancient and modern units of length measurement based on the length of the human foot. Generally 25-34 cm. In many other Western languages, the foot and the ruler used for measurement are represented by the same word. Although the length it represents varies from place to place and from time to time. In most countries, feet and their multiples and fractions have been replaced by the metric unit of meter, respectively. In a few countries, feet are still used.