›› Convert lap [competition] to rod [survey]


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How many lap in 1 rod [survey]? The answer is 0.01257302514605.
We assume you are converting between lap [competition] and rod [survey].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.0025 lap, or 0.19883838383838 rod [survey].
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›› Quick conversion chart of lap to rod [survey]

1 lap to rod [survey] = 79.53535 rod [survey]

2 lap to rod [survey] = 159.07071 rod [survey]

3 lap to rod [survey] = 238.60606 rod [survey]

4 lap to rod [survey] = 318.14141 rod [survey]

5 lap to rod [survey] = 397.67677 rod [survey]

6 lap to rod [survey] = 477.21212 rod [survey]

7 lap to rod [survey] = 556.74747 rod [survey]

8 lap to rod [survey] = 636.28283 rod [survey]

9 lap to rod [survey] = 715.81818 rod [survey]

10 lap to rod [survey] = 795.35354 rod [survey]



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