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CM to Inches Converter

* The inches fraction result is rounded to the nearest 1/64 fraction.

How to convert centimeters to inches

1 centimeter is equal to 0.3937007874 inches:

1cm = (1/2.54)″ = 0.3937007874″

The distance d in inches (″) is equal to the distance d in centimeters (cm) divided by 2.54:


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The fraction inches are rounded to 1/64 resolution.

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  • Human Height Conversion Table

    ft in inches centimeters
    5’0” 60in 152.40cm
    5’1” 61in 154.94cm
    5’2” 62in 157.48cm
    5’3” 63in 160.02cm
    5’4” 64in 162.56cm
    5’5” 65in 165.10cm
    5’6” 66in 167.74cm
    5’7” 67in 170.18cm
    5’8” 68in 172.72cm
    5’9” 69in 175.26cm
    5’10” 70in 177.80cm
    5’11” 71in 180.34cm
    6’0” 72in 182.88cm
    6’1” 73in 185.45cm
    6’2” 74in 187.96cm
    6’3” 75in 190.50cm
    6’4” 76in 193.04cm
    6’5” 77in 195.58cm
    6’6” 78in 198.12cm
    6’7” 79in 200.66cm
    6’8” 80in 203.20cm
    6’9” 81in 205.74cm
    6’10” 82in 208.28cm
    6’11” 83in 210.82cm
    7’0” 84in 213.36cm
    7’1” 85in 215.90cm
    7’2” 86in 218.44cm

    The table lists only most common human heights (more then 95% of adult human population should meet the criteria: higher then 5 inches and shorter then 7ft 2in) but there are some interesting exceptions – the tallest and the shortest. (To make other conversions try height converter)

    Tallest People

    At 2.57 m (8 ft 5 in), Leonid Stadnyk, of Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine, is believed to be the world’s tallest living man, although his height is disputed because of his refusal to be measured. The current proven tallest man is Sultan Kosen of Turkey who stands at 2.47 m (8 ft 1 in), overtaking previous world record holder Bao Xishun of Inner Mongolia, China at 2.36 m (7 ft 9 in) (interestingly, He Pingping, the shortest man in the world, is also from Inner Mongolia). The tallest man in modern history was Robert Pershing Wadlow from Illinois in the United States, who was born in 1918 and stood 2.72 m (8 ft 11 in) at the time of his death in 1940. Until her death in 2008, Sandy Allen was the tallest woman in the world at 2.32 m (7 ft 7+1⁄2 in). Currently Yao Defen of China is claimed to be the tallest woman in the world at 2.33 m (7 ft 7+1⁄2 in), but this is not confirmed by the Guiness Book of World Records.

    Shortest Men

    Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal stands at only 22 inches (56 cm) tall according to Guinness World Records.
    Gul Mohammed – Shortest man ever verified, measuring only 22.4 inches (57 cm), according to Guinness World Records.
    Younis Edwan – Shortest man claimant, is said to be 25 inches (64 cm) tall.
    He Pingping – Shortest man currently living (mobile) at 74 centimetres (29 in), possibly the shortest man in the People’s Republic of China.
    Lin Yu-chih – Shortest man currently living (immobile) at 67.5 centimetres (26.6 in), according to Guinness World Records

    Shortest Women

    Pauline Musters – at 23 inches (58 cm) tall, recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the shortest woman ever recorded.
    Madge Bester – 65 cm in 1998
    Lucia Zarate – Smallest woman claimant and the earliest studied example of microcephalic osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism type
    Jyoti Amge – 23-and-a-half inches tall, weighing 12 pounds.

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    Table allows you to fast and easily convert most common human heights between values given in feet and inches, inches and centimeters