›› Convert polegada [Portuguese] to verge

polegada [Portuguese]

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How many polegada [Portuguese] in 1 verge? The answer is 36.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 39.370078740157 polegada [Portuguese], or 1.0936132983377 verge.
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1 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 0.02778 verge

10 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 0.27778 verge

20 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 0.55556 verge

30 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 0.83333 verge

40 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 1.11111 verge

50 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 1.38889 verge

100 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 2.77778 verge

200 polegada [Portuguese] to verge = 5.55556 verge

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›› Definition: Polegada

A polegada é uma unidade de comprimento usada no sistema imperial de medidas britânico.

A polegada tem sua origem na medida realizada com o próprio polegar humano (não todo ele, mas a distância entre a dobra do polegar e a ponta). Uma medida rápida do polegar de um ser humano adulto fornece aproximadamente 2,5 cm de comprimento para esta distância.

Hoje em dia, ela é definida em função da Jarda. Esta por sua vez é definida em função do metro (unidade adotada na maioria dos países).

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