›› Convert link [Gunter, survey] to pik


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How many link [Gunter, survey] in 1 pik? The answer is 3.5293813131313.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 4.9709595959596 link [Gunter, survey], or 1.4084507042254 pik.
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›› Quick conversion chart of link [Gunter, survey] to pik

1 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 0.28334 pik

5 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 1.41668 pik

10 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 2.83336 pik

20 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 5.66672 pik

30 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 8.50007 pik

40 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 11.33343 pik

50 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 14.16679 pik

75 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 21.25018 pik

100 link [Gunter, survey] to pik = 28.33358 pik



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