›› Convert leap to pouce


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How many leap in 1 pouce? The answer is 0.012345679012346.
We assume you are converting between leap and pouce.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.48605035481676 leap, or 39.370078740157 pouce.
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›› Quick conversion chart of leap to pouce

1 leap to pouce = 81 pouce

2 leap to pouce = 162 pouce

3 leap to pouce = 243 pouce

4 leap to pouce = 324 pouce

5 leap to pouce = 405 pouce

6 leap to pouce = 486 pouce

7 leap to pouce = 567 pouce

8 leap to pouce = 648 pouce

9 leap to pouce = 729 pouce

10 leap to pouce = 810 pouce


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›› Definition: Pouce

The pouce is a French "inch" unit. The modern definition from the international standard of units is that 1 inch = 2.54 cm or 1 pouce = 25.4 mm. The word pouce means "thumb" in French. In past history, it was equal to 1/12 pied. Based on the pied de roi, the historical pouce was equal to about 1.066 inches or 2.707 centimeters.


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