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# How many inches is 1200mm - Office Equipment & Supplies

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I inch = 25.4 mm

So 1200/25.4 = 47.24 inches

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Millimeters x 0.03937 = inches
answer is 1200 X 0.03937 = 472.44 inches (or just about 44 and 1/2 inch

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