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Welcome to **meters to inches**, our article which tells you everything about m to inches.

A metre, or meter in American spelling, in the International System of Units base unit of length.

The meter symbol is *m*, lowercase. In turn, the inch is an imperial and US customary unit of length derived from one yard.

One inch (plural: inches) is 1/36 of a yard and abbreviated as *in*; the inch symbol is the ″ called double prime.

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## Meters to Inches Converter

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## Convert Meters to Inches

Because one yard has been defined as 0.9144 meters, one inch is 0.0254 meters.

This leads to the following formula [in] = [m] / 0.0254.

To change m to inch divide the length in meters by 0.0254. Therefore, we get (rounded to 3 decimals):

**1 m to in = 39.370 inches**

2 meters to ″ = 78.740 inches

2 meters to ″ = 78.740 inches

These results are also valid for metric to inches and meters to in, just to name a few examples of terms which are frequently sought when it comes to this unit conversion.

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