Chains (ch)Miles (mi)
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Unit Descriptions
1 Chain (Gunter"s Surveyor"s):A survey Chain from Edmund Gunter"s system having 100 metal links and being 66 feet, or 4 rods, in length. Used in land surveying. One chain (Gunter"s Surveyor"s)is 4 rods, 22 yards, or 66 feet. 1 ch (Gunter"s Surveyor"s) = 20.1168 m (SI base unit).1 Mile:1 Mile is exactly 1.609344 kilometres by international agreement in 1959. In SI units it is exactly 1609.344 meters. The length is based originally on the distance marched in 1000 paces of two steps each. 1mi = 1.609344 km = 80 chains = 5280 ft = 1760 yd.

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Conversions Table
1 Chains to Miles = 0.012570 Chains to Miles = 0.875
2 Chains to Miles = 0.02580 Chains to Miles = 1
3 Chains to Miles = 0.037590 Chains to Miles = 1.125
4 Chains to Miles = 0.05100 Chains to Miles = 1.25
5 Chains to Miles = 0.0625200 Chains to Miles = 2.5
6 Chains to Miles = 0.075300 Chains to Miles = 3.75
7 Chains to Miles = 0.0875400 Chains to Miles = 5
8 Chains to Miles = 0.1500 Chains to Miles = 6.25
9 Chains to Miles = 0.1125600 Chains to Miles = 7.5
10 Chains to Miles = 0.125800 Chains to Miles = 10
20 Chains to Miles = 0.25900 Chains to Miles = 11.25
30 Chains to Miles = 0.3751,000 Chains to Miles = 12.5
40 Chains to Miles = 0.510,000 Chains to Miles = 125
50 Chains to Miles = 0.625100,000 Chains to Miles = 1250
60 Chains to Miles = 0.751,000,000 Chains to Miles = 12500

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