# Price per foot to price per meter calculator

Published: 1/31/2022 Last updated: 1/31/2022
Enter the price per foot. Press the ‘calculate’ button to see the price per meter.

## Price per foot to price per meter definition

What is the price per foot to price per meter? The price per foot to price per meter is the price per one foot given in dollars converted to price per one meter given in dollars.

## Price per foot to price per meter formula

How to calculate price per foot to price per meter? First, you need to know the price per foot. Second, you need to know the number of meters in one foot. Then divide the price per foot by the number of meters in one foot. Then you will get the result, the price per meter.

Price per meter = Price per foot / Number of meters in one foot

Where,

• Price per meter is the price per one meter of some kind of product,

• Price per foot is the price per one foot of some kind of product,

• Number of meters in one foot is just 0.3048.

Here is the updated formula:

Price per meter = Price per foot / 0.3048

## Price per foot to price per meter examples

How to calculate price per foot to price per meter? You will see it as an example down below.

For instance, you bought one foot of cotton fabric for 1.55\$. Now you want to know the price per meter. So, what do you need to do? Divide the price per foot by the number of meters in one foot, that is 0.3048.

Solution:

Divide the price per foot by 0.3048, as in the formula below:

Price per meter = Price per foot / 0.3048

Put the data in this formula.

Price per meter = 1.55 / 0.3048

Calculate the result. As you see, these numbers have many decimal places, so use a calculator to make it quicker and easier.

5.08530184 = 1.55 / 0.3048

The last thing is rounding off the result. To get the price per meter, round this result to two decimal places.

5.09 ≈ 5.08530184 = 1.55 / 0.3048

So if the price per foot of cotton fabric is 1.55\$, what is the price per meter? The price per meter is 5.09\$.

## Price per foot to price per meter examples in Excel

You don’t have to make your own calculations to get the cost per meter. You can use Excel as a price per foot to price per meter calculator. Here you will see a dedicated formula.

For example, you bought one foot of silk cloth for 0.55\$.

Your problem is, you don’t know the price per meter.

Your solution is a price per foot to price per meter Excel formula:

Price per meter = Price per foot / 0.3048

Put the data into this formula. Price per foot is 0.55.

Price per meter = 0.55 / 0.3048

Click the ‘enter’ to get the result.

1.80446194 = 0.55 / 0.3048

The last thing is using “ROUNDUP” or “ROUNDDOWN” functions in Excel to round off this result to two decimal places. It will be the price per meter.

1.80 ≈ 1.80446194 = 0.55 / 0.3048

Thanks to this formula, you finally know what the price per meter is. The price per meter is 1.80\$.

## Price per foot to price per meter explanation

To convert price per foot to price per meter, you need to follow the steps down below:

1. Step 1: First, know the price per foot. It is the price per one foot you paid for some kind of product.

2. Step 2: Second, know the number of meters in one foot. It is a constant number equal to 0.3048.

3. Step 3: Third, calculate the price per meter. Divide the price per foot (step 1) by the number of meters in one foot (step 2). Use the price per foot to price per meter formula given below:

Price per meter = Price per foot / 0.3048

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How to convert cost per foot to cost per meter?

Divide the price per foot by the number of meters in one foot to get the price per meter.                                                                               