how_much_1_inch_are_there_in_a_feet

You asked:

How many times bigger than 1 inch is 1 foot?

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I followed this chain of reasoning:

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

inch is the second parameter of 1 inch

inch is the second parameter of 1 inch

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

Fact 1: inch is a US customary unit ([fact: ["134510928@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 1: inch is a US customary unit ([fact: ["134510928@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 1
is true for
January 13th 2009 onwards
([fact: ["702162816@trueknowledge.com"]])

US customary unit
is a subclass of
scalar unit
([fact: ["230143354@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["iaif1@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 2: inch is a scalar unit

Fact 2: inch is a scalar unit

Fact 2
is true for
January 13th 2009 onwards

By calculation (generator: ["unit_used_in@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

inch is the unit used in 1 inch

inch is the unit used in 1 inch

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

foot is the second parameter of 1 foot

foot is the second parameter of 1 foot

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

Fact 3: 12 is the multiplier that converts foot and inch ([fact: ["123969238@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3: 12 is the multiplier that converts foot and inch ([fact: ["123969238@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050410738@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["timeperiodtopoint@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 3 is true at August 30th 2014, 18:17:27

Fact 3 is true at August 30th 2014, 18:17:27

By calculation (generator: ["now@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

The current time is August 30th 2014, 18:17:27

The current time is August 30th 2014, 18:17:27

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

1 is the first parameter of 1 foot

1 is the first parameter of 1 foot

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

12 is the product of 12 and 1

12 is the product of 12 and 1

By calculation (generator: ["class_parametered_object@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

length is the class of the parametered object 1 foot

length is the class of the parametered object 1 foot

By calculation (generator: ["parametered_object_corresponding_to@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

12 inches is the parametered object corresponding to length and 12 and inch

12 inches is the parametered object corresponding to length and 12 and inch

By calculation (generator: ["equivalent_to6@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 4: 12 inches is equivalent to 1 foot

Fact 4: 12 inches is equivalent to 1 foot

Fact 4
is true at
August 30th 2014, 18:17:27

Fact 4:
inch
is the unit used in
12 inches

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

12 is the first parameter of 12 inches

12 is the first parameter of 12 inches

1
is the first parameter of
1 inch

By calculation (generator: ["quotient@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

12 is the quotient of 12 and 1

12 is the quotient of 12 and 1

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

inch has been a US customary unit since at least January 13th 2009

US customary unit is a subclass of scalar unit

12 has always been the multiplier that converts foot and inch and will be forever

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