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Unit Descriptions
1 Meter:Distance light travels in 1/299 792 458 of a second in vacuum.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 Meters to Miles = 0.000670 Meters to Miles = 0.0435
2 Meters to Miles = 0.001280 Meters to Miles = 0.0497
3 Meters to Miles = 0.001990 Meters to Miles = 0.0559
4 Meters to Miles = 0.0025100 Meters to Miles = 0.0621
5 Meters to Miles = 0.0031200 Meters to Miles = 0.1243
6 Meters to Miles = 0.0037300 Meters to Miles = 0.1864
7 Meters to Miles = 0.0043400 Meters to Miles = 0.2485
8 Meters to Miles = 0.005500 Meters to Miles = 0.3107
9 Meters to Miles = 0.0056600 Meters to Miles = 0.3728
10 Meters to Miles = 0.0062800 Meters to Miles = 0.4971
20 Meters to Miles = 0.0124900 Meters to Miles = 0.5592
30 Meters to Miles = 0.01861,000 Meters to Miles = 0.6214
40 Meters to Miles = 0.024910,000 Meters to Miles = 6.2137
50 Meters to Miles = 0.0311100,000 Meters to Miles = 62.1371
60 Meters to Miles = 0.03731,000,000 Meters to Miles = 621.3712

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