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How many point [TeX] in 1 agate?
The answer is 5.1621428573573.
We assume you are converting between point [TeX] and agate [typographical].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 2845.2755906694 point [TeX], or 551.1811023622 agate.
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1 point [TeX] to agate = 0.19372 agate
5 point [TeX] to agate = 0.96859 agate
10 point [TeX] to agate = 1.93718 agate
20 point [TeX] to agate = 3.87436 agate
30 point [TeX] to agate = 5.81154 agate
40 point [TeX] to agate = 7.74872 agate
50 point [TeX] to agate = 9.6859 agate
75 point [TeX] to agate = 14.52885 agate
100 point [TeX] to agate = 19.3718 agate
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An agate is a unit of typographical measure. It is approximately 5 1/2 points (1/14 inch or 1.814 mm). It can refer to either the height of a line of type, or to a font that is 5.5 points. An Agate font is commonly used to display statistical data or legal notices in newspapers. It is considered to be the smallest point size that can be printed on newsprint and remain legible.
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