›› Convert arpent [Canada] to pertica

arpent [Canada]

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How many arpent [Canada] in 1 pertica? The answer is 0.050624251753036.
We assume you are converting between arpent [Canada] and pertica.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.017102787754404 arpent [Canada], or 0.33783783783784 pertica.
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›› Quick conversion chart of arpent [Canada] to pertica

1 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 19.75338 pertica

2 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 39.50676 pertica

3 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 59.26014 pertica

4 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 79.01351 pertica

5 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 98.76689 pertica

6 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 118.52027 pertica

7 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 138.27365 pertica

8 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 158.02703 pertica

9 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 177.78041 pertica

10 arpent [Canada] to pertica = 197.53378 pertica

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