Chains to Miles

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ch * 0.012500
 
 
 
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Chains Miles
0ch 0.00mi
1ch 0.01mi
2ch 0.03mi
3ch 0.04mi
4ch 0.05mi
5ch 0.06mi
6ch 0.08mi
7ch 0.09mi
8ch 0.10mi
9ch 0.11mi
10ch 0.13mi
11ch 0.14mi
12ch 0.15mi
13ch 0.16mi
14ch 0.18mi
15ch 0.19mi
16ch 0.20mi
17ch 0.21mi
18ch 0.23mi
19ch 0.24mi
Chains Miles
20ch 0.25mi
21ch 0.26mi
22ch 0.28mi
23ch 0.29mi
24ch 0.30mi
25ch 0.31mi
26ch 0.33mi
27ch 0.34mi
28ch 0.35mi
29ch 0.36mi
30ch 0.38mi
31ch 0.39mi
32ch 0.40mi
33ch 0.41mi
34ch 0.43mi
35ch 0.44mi
36ch 0.45mi
37ch 0.46mi
38ch 0.48mi
39ch 0.49mi
Chains Miles
40ch 0.50mi
41ch 0.51mi
42ch 0.53mi
43ch 0.54mi
44ch 0.55mi
45ch 0.56mi
46ch 0.58mi
47ch 0.59mi
48ch 0.60mi
49ch 0.61mi
50ch 0.63mi
51ch 0.64mi
52ch 0.65mi
53ch 0.66mi
54ch 0.68mi
55ch 0.69mi
56ch 0.70mi
57ch 0.71mi
58ch 0.73mi
59ch 0.74mi
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Chains

Unit of length equal to 66 feet, used especially in the U.S. public land surveys. The original measuring instrument (Gunter's chain) was literally a chain consisting of 100 iron links, each 7.92 inches long. Steel-ribbon tapes began to supersede chains around 1900, but surveying tapes are often still called "chains" and measuring with a tape is often called "chaining". The chain is a convenient unit in cadastral surveys because 10 square chains equal 1 acre.

mi =
ch * 0.012500
 
 
 

Miles

A unit of length equal to 1760 yards

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