Length to Height Ratio

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  1. HangX

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    Has anyone heard of length to height ratio? It is calculated as length (erect) in inches / height in feet.

    e.g

    6" on 6'0" --> 1.00 (average)
    7" on 6'0" --> 1.17
    8" on 6'0" --> 1.33
    9" on 6'0" --> 1.50

    Oddly, most researchers have concluded that there is not a very strong correlation between length and height, but it is interesting to calculate the ratio as a measure of proportionality.

    e.g.

    7" on 5'6" ~ 8" on 6'4"

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  2. surferboy

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    Wait, how does this work?
     
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    Let's see. If I'm doing this right, 11" on 5'5" gives me a ratio of 2.03, for whatever that's worth.
     
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    haha, until I figure this out i'd guess I would be at a like 0.7 ratio?
     
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    I get 1.63636363...

    I should add this would probably be easier if there were only ten inches in a foot.
     
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    First convert height in feet and inches to height in feet, e.g. 5'9" = 5.75', 6'4" = 6.33'.

    I'm between 6'3" and 6'4", so I'll call it 6.3', so my ratio is 10.5/6.3 = 1.67.
     
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    There is no known correlation although there seems to be a trend that guys around 5'5"-5'10" or something usually have bigger penises than the really tall and broad guys...I read that here anyway lol.
     
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    10/6.162 (6'2")= 1.62
     
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    I got a ratio of 1.97 11.5/5.83 (5'10")
     
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    9.25"/5.5' = 1.68.
     
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    6/6.75 = 0.8888888etc...
     
  12. Imported

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    clownboots19:


    Sure,...so let me guess, you're between 5'5 and 5'10, right?
     
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    OK... first post ever, but it has to be said!! I am only 5'7" but i am just under 11" x 7" ... what does that make me? LOL!!!
     
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    Just under 2.0 I really doubt there is a correlation though.

    Vix
     
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    7 in / 5.92 ft = 1.18 in/ft
     
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    ravenously: shouldn't you convert height in feet to inches, ie: 6 feet = 72 inches? that way your always dealing with the same units. It's been awile but I think thats what we always did in physics.
     
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    a liar? Prove it with a pic, stud!