›› Convert kilometre to pik


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How many kilometer in 1 pik? The answer is 0.00071.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.001 kilometer, or 1.4084507042254 pik.
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›› Quick conversion chart of kilometer to pik

1 kilometer to pik = 1408.4507 pik

2 kilometer to pik = 2816.90141 pik

3 kilometer to pik = 4225.35211 pik

4 kilometer to pik = 5633.80282 pik

5 kilometer to pik = 7042.25352 pik

6 kilometer to pik = 8450.70423 pik

7 kilometer to pik = 9859.15493 pik

8 kilometer to pik = 11267.60563 pik

9 kilometer to pik = 12676.05634 pik

10 kilometer to pik = 14084.50704 pik

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›› Definition: Kilometer

A kilometre (American spelling: kilometer, symbol: km) is a unit of length equal to 1000 metres (from the Greek words khilia = thousand and metro = count/measure). It is approximately equal to 0.621 miles, 1094 yards or 3281 feet.

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