US Singer. On her official site: *"She is 169 cm and not too heavy"*

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Average Guess (2 Votes)

5ft 6.5in (168.9cm)

5ft 6.5in (168.9cm)

Miss Sandy Cowell said on 11/Jul/19

π―οΈππ Happy Birthday Suzanne! πππ―οΈ

Suzanne hasn't had a comment for nigh on 10 and-a-half years, so her 60th Birthday is the ideal time to do something about it. π She was still just about a Forty Something when her last comment was written!

I had no idea Suzanne was quite as tall as this.

5ft6.5, her second guess and her fourth comment. Many Happy Returns Suzanne!

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π―οΈππ Happy Birthday Suzanne! πππ―οΈ

Suzanne hasn't had a comment for nigh on 10 and-a-half years, so her 60th Birthday is the ideal time to do something about it. π She was still just about a Forty Something when her last comment was written!

I had no idea Suzanne was quite as tall as this.

5ft6.5, her second guess and her fourth comment. Many Happy Returns Suzanne!

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boegi-z said on 25/Jan/09

As a certified engineer and as a tall women lover I am very well trained in converting imperial to metric values and vice versa.

One inch is equal to 2,54 cm.

169cm (my own height !) divided by 2,54 equals to about 66,5354 inches (still with decimal fraction)

As inches normally does NOT use decimal fractions but 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, (more seldom) 1/16 and 1/32 instead, the decimal fraction has to be converted seperateley.

In technical/mathematical applications this has to be done e.g. by using nested intervals or any similar method.

For getting the hight of a person it is enough, to have a look at the first digit behind the comma and estimate it roughly.

The 0,5354 is close to 0,5 which makes this value come close to 1/2.

So as the FINAL (and MOST EXACT) result of a height of 169cm comes out to 66 1/2 inches, which makes 5ft6,5.

Thus the above stated imperial height value for Suzanne Vega accords absolute correctly to the given metric value of 169cm.

@ confused converter: Many of those >>online converters<< use only 2,5cm for one inch resulting in too low final values. FORGET ABOUT THEM, learn mathematics and how to calculate the values by yourself.

@ J. using a translator for mathematical conversions brings wrong results in most cases as in the same way as it is with those online converters. The ONLY way to get EXACT results is to read good books about theoretical physics where this kind of conversions are described (and ALL the problems which come with them...).

As a certified engineer and as a tall women lover I am very well trained in converting imperial to metric values and vice versa.

One inch is equal to 2,54 cm.

169cm (my own height !) divided by 2,54 equals to about 66,5354 inches (still with decimal fraction)

As inches normally does NOT use decimal fractions but 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, (more seldom) 1/16 and 1/32 instead, the decimal fraction has to be converted seperateley.

In technical/mathematical applications this has to be done e.g. by using nested intervals or any similar method.

For getting the hight of a person it is enough, to have a look at the first digit behind the comma and estimate it roughly.

The 0,5354 is close to 0,5 which makes this value come close to 1/2.

So as the FINAL (and MOST EXACT) result of a height of 169cm comes out to 66 1/2 inches, which makes 5ft6,5.

Thus the above stated imperial height value for Suzanne Vega accords absolute correctly to the given metric value of 169cm.

@ confused converter: Many of those >>online converters<< use only 2,5cm for one inch resulting in too low final values. FORGET ABOUT THEM, learn mathematics and how to calculate the values by yourself.

@ J. using a translator for mathematical conversions brings wrong results in most cases as in the same way as it is with those online converters. The ONLY way to get EXACT results is to read good books about theoretical physics where this kind of conversions are described (and ALL the problems which come with them...).

confused converter said on 31/Mar/08

I really don't know what conversion table is used, according to every online conversion table, 169cm = 5'4.9

I really don't know what conversion table is used, according to every online conversion table, 169cm = 5'4.9

J. said on 18/Oct/05

169 cm translates to 65.9 inches, meaning 5'5.9"; close to 5'6". I'm a fan of hers and I think this looks much accurate.

169 cm translates to 65.9 inches, meaning 5'5.9"; close to 5'6". I'm a fan of hers and I think this looks much accurate.

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