Conversion number between **link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)** [lnk] and
**point (TeX)** [pt] is **867.24**.
This means, that link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) is bigger unit than point (TeX).

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from **point (TeX)** to **link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)** conversion

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Result in **point (TeX)**

- 1 link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) = (exactly) `(0.3048) / ((254/722700))` =
**867.24**point (TeX) - 1 point (TeX) = (exactly) `((254/722700)) / (0.3048)` =
**0.0011530833448642**link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) - ? link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) × `(0.3048 ("m"/"link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)")) / ((254/722700) ("m"/"point (TeX)"))` =
**?**point (TeX)

If conversion between **link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) to metre** and **metre to point (TeX)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) to point (TeX) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)Result in

Start value: | [link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)] |

Step size | [link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) | point (TeX) |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 8672.4 |

20 | 17344.8 |

30 | 26017.2 |

40 | 34689.6 |

50 | 43362 |

60 | 52034.4 |

70 | 60706.8 |

80 | 69379.2 |

90 | 78051.6 |

100 | 86724 |

110 | 95396.4 |

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### link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)

Definition of link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) unit: ≡ 1 ft.

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