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How many mile [survey] in 1 klick? The answer is 0.62136994949495. We assume you are converting between mile [survey] and klick. You can view more details on each measurement unit: mile [survey] or klick The SI base unit for length is the metre. 1 metre is equal to 0.00062136994949495 mile [survey], or 0.001 klick. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between mile [survey] and klicks. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!
1 mile [survey] to klick = 1.60935 klick
5 mile [survey] to klick = 8.04674 klick
10 mile [survey] to klick = 16.09347 klick
15 mile [survey] to klick = 24.14021 klick
20 mile [survey] to klick = 32.18694 klick
25 mile [survey] to klick = 40.23368 klick
30 mile [survey] to klick = 48.28042 klick
40 mile [survey] to klick = 64.37389 klick
50 mile [survey] to klick = 80.46736 klick
You can do the reverse unit conversion from klick to mile [survey], or enter any two units below:
The survey mile (or U.S. statute mile) is a common measurement in the U.S. where the mile is defined based on the survey foot. This results a slightly different calculation than the statute mile, which is defined as exactly 1609.344 meters. The survey mile is defined as 5280 survey feet, which comes out to around 1609.3472 meters.
Klick (sometimes spelled click) is a common military term meaning kilometre (or sometimes kilometres per hour). Its use became popular among soldiers in Vietnam during the 1960s, although veterans of the war recall its usage as early as the 1950s. Its origin is sometimes linked with the Australian army in Korea.
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