What is the symbol for inches in math?
What are the symbols for feet and inches in Microsoft Word?
- The symbols used for foot or “ft” and inches or “in” are just found on your keyboard. If you want to insert the symbol used for these two metric units in Microsoft Office Word, you don’t need to use the “Symbol” section of the application. For foot (ft), the symbol used is the single quote (‘).
What is the abbreviation for feet and inches?
- Feet and inches have a similar symbol. For feet, a single apostrophe is used (‘). For inches, a double apostrophe is used (”). Here’s an example. 5′ 6″. This abbreviation would indicate that something is five feet and six inches long. Alright, now that we’ve discussed the symbol for inches, let’s have a look at the abbreviation.
How do you write feet and inches on a letter?
- The inch symbol is denoted by a double prime (i.e. double quotes) whilst the feet symbol is denoted by a prime (i.e. apostrophe). For instance, nine feet five inches can be written or typed as 9″5′ using your keyboard.
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