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User avatar #1 - miniwilliam (06/15/2012) [-]
Since you never got a conclusive answer to your question of how long a foot is here is the imperial measurement system (for lengths) in comparison to the metric:

1 inch = 2.54 inches, or "1 thumb" if you have ever heard of that expression (the average width of a thumb is 1 inch)
1 foot = 12 inches = 30,48 cm. It is usually just said as 1/3'rd a meter.
1 yard = 3 feet = 91,44 cm, usually just rounded up and said to be the same as a meter, but that is the exact measurement.
1 chain = 22 yards = 2011.68 cm. This unit is almost never used, but it's always nice to know.
1 Furlong = 10 chains = 20116,8 cm. ALSO almost never used..
1 Mile = 8 furlongs = 160934,4 cm, or commonly called 1.6 km.
1 League = 3 miles = 482803,2 cm ~ 4,8 km. Once more, not so commonly used.

The ones you will mostly encounter in day to day imperial measurement using countries are:

If you can remember the measurements for those 4, you're more or less set.
User avatar #2 to #1 - galaxyguy (06/15/2012) [-]
Thanks but I got a sorta conclusive answer with the first reply
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