Kilometers to Chains

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ch =
km * 49.710
 
 
 
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Kilometers Chains
0km 0.00ch
1km 49.71ch
2km 99.42ch
3km 149.13ch
4km 198.84ch
5km 248.55ch
6km 298.26ch
7km 347.97ch
8km 397.68ch
9km 447.39ch
10km 497.10ch
11km 546.81ch
12km 596.52ch
13km 646.22ch
14km 695.93ch
15km 745.64ch
16km 795.35ch
17km 845.06ch
18km 894.77ch
19km 944.48ch
Kilometers Chains
20km 994.19ch
21km 1043.90ch
22km 1093.61ch
23km 1143.32ch
24km 1193.03ch
25km 1242.74ch
26km 1292.45ch
27km 1342.16ch
28km 1391.87ch
29km 1441.58ch
30km 1491.29ch
31km 1541.00ch
32km 1590.71ch
33km 1640.42ch
34km 1690.13ch
35km 1739.84ch
36km 1789.55ch
37km 1839.26ch
38km 1888.96ch
39km 1938.67ch
Kilometers Chains
40km 1988.38ch
41km 2038.09ch
42km 2087.80ch
43km 2137.51ch
44km 2187.22ch
45km 2236.93ch
46km 2286.64ch
47km 2336.35ch
48km 2386.06ch
49km 2435.77ch
50km 2485.48ch
51km 2535.19ch
52km 2584.90ch
53km 2634.61ch
54km 2684.32ch
55km 2734.03ch
56km 2783.74ch
57km 2833.45ch
58km 2883.16ch
59km 2932.87ch
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Kilometers

The kilometre is unit of length in the metric system equivalent to one thousand metres.

1Km is equivalent to 0.6214 miles.

ch =
km * 49.710
 
 
 

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.

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