›› Convert cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea]

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How many cable [U.S.] in 1 ri [Korea]? The answer is 1.7895490336435.
We assume you are converting between cable [U.S.] and ri [Korea].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.0045567220764071 cable [U.S.], or 0.0025462962962963 ri [Korea].
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1 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 0.5588 ri [Korea]

5 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 2.794 ri [Korea]

10 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 5.588 ri [Korea]

20 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 11.176 ri [Korea]

30 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 16.764 ri [Korea]

40 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 22.352 ri [Korea]

50 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 27.94 ri [Korea]

75 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 41.91 ri [Korea]

100 cable [U.S.] to ri [Korea] = 55.88 ri [Korea]

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›› Definition: Ri

The Korean "li" or "ri" was standardized as 110 of the Japanese ri of 3 5155 km in 1905.

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