›› Convert league [nautical] to range


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How many nautical league in 1 range? The answer is 1.7379559597132.
We assume you are converting between league [nautical] and range.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.00017998560115191 nautical league, or 0.00010356165824916 range.
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›› Quick conversion chart of nautical league to range

1 nautical league to range = 0.57539 range

5 nautical league to range = 2.87694 range

10 nautical league to range = 5.75389 range

20 nautical league to range = 11.50777 range

30 nautical league to range = 17.26166 range

40 nautical league to range = 23.01554 range

50 nautical league to range = 28.76943 range

75 nautical league to range = 43.15414 range

100 nautical league to range = 57.53886 range



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