# link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to foot (Cape) conversion

Conversion number between link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) [lnk] and foot (Cape) is 0.63891577928364. This means, that link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) is smaller unit than foot (Cape).

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from foot (Cape) to link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) conversion

### Enter the number in link (Gunter's; Surveyor's):

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eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in foot (Cape)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) = (exactly) (0.201168) / (0.3148584) = 0.63891577928364 foot (Cape)
• 1 foot (Cape) = (exactly) (0.3148584) / (0.201168) = 1.5651515151515 link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)
• ? link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) × (0.201168  ("m"/"link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)")) / (0.3148584  ("m"/"foot (Cape)")) = ? foot (Cape)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to metre and metre to foot (Cape) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to foot (Cape) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

Result in foot (Cape):
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### link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to foot (Cape) conversion chart

 Start value: [link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)] Step size [link (Gunter's; Surveyor's)] How many lines? (max 100)

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106.3891577928364
2012.778315585673
3019.167473378509
4025.556631171346
5031.945788964182
6038.334946757018
7044.724104549855
8051.113262342691
9057.502420135528
10063.891577928364
11070.2807357212
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## Multiple conversion

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Convert Link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) to other unit:

Definition of link (Gunter's; Surveyor's) unit: ≡  1⁄100 ch ≡ 0.66 ft (US) ≡ 7.92 in .

Convert Foot (Cape) to other unit:

### foot (Cape)

Definition of foot (Cape) unit: 1.033 ft. Legally defined as 1.033 English feet in 1859 . It's of chiefly historical interest

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