›› Convert ri [Japan] to lap [competition]


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How many ri in 1 lap [competition]? The answer is 0.10185892538834.
We assume you are converting between ri [Japan] and lap [competition].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.00025464731347084 ri, or 0.0025 lap [competition].
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›› Quick conversion chart of ri to lap [competition]

1 ri to lap [competition] = 9.8175 lap [competition]

5 ri to lap [competition] = 49.0875 lap [competition]

10 ri to lap [competition] = 98.175 lap [competition]

15 ri to lap [competition] = 147.2625 lap [competition]

20 ri to lap [competition] = 196.35 lap [competition]

25 ri to lap [competition] = 245.4375 lap [competition]

30 ri to lap [competition] = 294.525 lap [competition]

40 ri to lap [competition] = 392.7 lap [competition]

50 ri to lap [competition] = 490.875 lap [competition]


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