The Empire State Building has a height of 1250 ft. What is this height in meters, in scientific notation with three significant figures? Chemistry Measurement Unit Conversions 1 Answer anor277 Dec 28, 2016 Answer: #1*m=1.0936# #"yards"#. Explanation: #"Height"# #=# #1250*ftxx1/3xx"yards"*ft^-1xx1.0936*m*"yard"^-1# #=??m# This site reports that the height of the Empire State is #1454*ft#. Of course, we may be confusing actual height of the building with height above sea level. Related questions How can I memorize the metric system? How can you convert centimeters to millimeters? How can i convert centimeters to meters? What celsius temperature is the same when converted to fahrenheit? What metric unit is used to measure distance? How can I convert Celsius into Kelvin? If a planet is 13 billion kilometers from the Sun, and the distance of an Astronomical Unit (AU) is ... What is an example of a unit conversion practice problem? What is the pressure conversion factor for torr to kpa? How do you convert units of measurement? See all questions in Unit Conversions Impact of this question 962 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License