How many milliare in 1 chinese foot?
The answer is 225.5299954894.
We assume you are converting between milliare [Rome] and chinese foot.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 676.5899864682 milliare, or 3 chinese foot.
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1 milliare to chinese foot = 0.00443 chinese foot
10 milliare to chinese foot = 0.04434 chinese foot
50 milliare to chinese foot = 0.2217 chinese foot
100 milliare to chinese foot = 0.4434 chinese foot
200 milliare to chinese foot = 0.8868 chinese foot
500 milliare to chinese foot = 2.217 chinese foot
1000 milliare to chinese foot = 4.434 chinese foot
You can do the reverse unit conversion from chinese foot to milliare, or enter any two units below:
The chi (Chinese: 尺; pinyin: chǐ, Wade-Giles: chih) or shaku (Japanese: 尺) is a traditional Chinese and Japanese unit of length, approximately equal to the foot. As with other measurements, it was originally derived from nature: the average length between nodes on bamboo. In both countries the same character is used to write the name for both units. Although of common origin, the current standard value of the two units is slightly different in the two countries.
In both countries, the chi or shaku is divided into 10 smaller units, known as 寸 (cun in China, or sun in Japan). 10 chi or shaku are equal to a 丈 (zhang in Chinese, or jō in Japanese).
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