›› Convert seer [India] to quintal [metric]

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How many seer in 1 quintal [metric]? The answer is 107.16907529163.
We assume you are converting between seer [India] and quintal [metric].
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 1.0716907529163 seer, or 0.01 quintal [metric].
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1 seer to quintal [metric] = 0.00933 quintal [metric]

10 seer to quintal [metric] = 0.09331 quintal [metric]

50 seer to quintal [metric] = 0.46655 quintal [metric]

100 seer to quintal [metric] = 0.93311 quintal [metric]

200 seer to quintal [metric] = 1.86621 quintal [metric]

500 seer to quintal [metric] = 4.66553 quintal [metric]

1000 seer to quintal [metric] = 9.33105 quintal [metric]

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›› Definition: Quintal

unit of weight equal to 100 kilograms

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