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How many cable [U.S.] in 1 pie? The answer is 0.001316437007874.
We assume you are converting between cable [U.S.] and pie [Argentina].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.0045567220764071 cable [U.S.], or 3.4614053305642 pie.
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1 cable [U.S.] to pie = 759.62617 pie

2 cable [U.S.] to pie = 1519.25234 pie

3 cable [U.S.] to pie = 2278.8785 pie

4 cable [U.S.] to pie = 3038.50467 pie

5 cable [U.S.] to pie = 3798.13084 pie

6 cable [U.S.] to pie = 4557.75701 pie

7 cable [U.S.] to pie = 5317.38318 pie

8 cable [U.S.] to pie = 6077.00935 pie

9 cable [U.S.] to pie = 6836.63551 pie

10 cable [U.S.] to pie = 7596.26168 pie

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