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How many arpent [France] in 1 cuadra? The answer is 1.4366020339412.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.017102405165966 arpent [France], or 0.011904761904762 cuadra.
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›› Quick conversion chart of arpent [France] to cuadra

1 arpent [France] to cuadra = 0.69609 cuadra

5 arpent [France] to cuadra = 3.48044 cuadra

10 arpent [France] to cuadra = 6.96087 cuadra

20 arpent [France] to cuadra = 13.92174 cuadra

30 arpent [France] to cuadra = 20.88261 cuadra

40 arpent [France] to cuadra = 27.84348 cuadra

50 arpent [France] to cuadra = 34.80435 cuadra

75 arpent [France] to cuadra = 52.20653 cuadra

100 arpent [France] to cuadra = 69.6087 cuadra

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