# finger (cloth) to light-year conversion

Conversion number between finger (cloth) and light-year [ly] is 1.2081519532901 × 10-17. This means, that finger (cloth) is smaller unit than light-year.

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from light-year to finger (cloth) conversion

### Enter the number in finger (cloth):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 finger (cloth)
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in light-year

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 finger (cloth) = (exactly) (0.1143) / (9460730472580800) = 1.2081519532901 × 10-17 light-year
• 1 light-year = (exactly) (9460730472580800) / (0.1143) = 8.2771045254425 × 10+16 finger (cloth)
• ? finger (cloth) × (0.1143  ("m"/"finger (cloth)")) / (9460730472580800  ("m"/"light-year")) = ? light-year

### High precision conversion

If conversion between finger (cloth) to metre and metre to light-year is exactly definied, high precision conversion from finger (cloth) to light-year is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

finger (cloth)
Result in light-year:
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### finger (cloth) to light-year conversion chart

 Start value: [finger (cloth)] Step size [finger (cloth)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
finger (cloth)light-year
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101.2081519532901 × 10-16
202.4163039065803 × 10-16
303.6244558598704 × 10-16
404.8326078131605 × 10-16
506.0407597664507 × 10-16
607.2489117197408 × 10-16
708.4570636730309 × 10-16
809.6652156263211 × 10-16
901.0873367579611 × 10-15
1001.2081519532901 × 10-15
1101.3289671486191 × 10-15
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about finger (cloth) and light-year units:

Convert Finger (cloth) to other unit:

### finger (cloth)

Definition of finger (cloth) unit: ≡  4 1⁄2 in .

Convert Light-year to other unit:

### light-year

Definition of light-year unit: ≡ Distance light travels in vacuum in 365.25 days.

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