›› Convert league [US statute] to toise


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How many league in 1 toise? The answer is 0.00040368334018325.
We assume you are converting between league [US statute] and toise.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.00020712331461429 league, or 0.51308363263212 toise.
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›› Quick conversion chart of league to toise

1 league to toise = 2477.18917 toise

2 league to toise = 4954.37835 toise

3 league to toise = 7431.56752 toise

4 league to toise = 9908.7567 toise

5 league to toise = 12385.94587 toise

6 league to toise = 14863.13504 toise

7 league to toise = 17340.32422 toise

8 league to toise = 19817.51339 toise

9 league to toise = 22294.70257 toise

10 league to toise = 24771.89174 toise


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›› Definition: Toise

A linear measure used by the French in the old regime. A toise is equal to 76.71 English inches, 6.39 English feet or 1.9490 meters.


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