# 1.5 Inch to Centimeter

Convert 1.5 (one) Inches to Centimeters (in to cm) with our conversion calculator.

1.5 Inches to Centimeters equals 3.8100 cm.

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Convert 1.5 Inches to Centimeters (in to cm) with our conversion calculator.

1.5 Inches to Centimeters equals 3.8100 cm.

To convert 1.5 inches to centimeters, we use the conversion factor that 1 inch is equal to 2.54 centimeters. The calculation process is quite straightforward. First, you take the length in inches, which is 1.5 inches in this case, and then you multiply it by the conversion factor of 2.54 cm/inch. Therefore, the calculation you need to perform is 1.5 inches * 2.54 cm/inch.

Upon executing this calculation, the product you receive is the equivalent length in centimeters. The multiplication of 1.5 by 2.54 yields a result of 3.81 centimeters. This final figure represents the exact length of 1.5 inches converted into the metric system, specifically in centimeters. This conversion is particularly useful in contexts where metric measurements are standard or required, making it essential to understand and perform such calculations accurately.

Here are 7 items that are approximately 1.5 inches in length:

• A standard AA battery:

• Cylindrical object commonly used in various electronic devices.
• Large paperclip:

• Metal wire bent into a looped shape, used to hold sheets of paper together.
• Golf tee:

• Small peg used to elevate the golf ball off the ground for the initial stroke on each hole.
• USB flash drive:

• Small, portable storage device used to save and transfer data between computers.
• Key:

• Metal instrument thatâ€™s used to operate a lock.
• Lipstick tube:

• A small container that holds lipstick, which is applied to the lips for color and texture.
• Matchstick:

• A short, slender piece of wood or cardboard with a combustible head, used for lighting fire.