# nail (cloth) to mile (US Survey) conversion

Conversion number between nail (cloth) and mile (US Survey) [mi] is 3.5511292613636 × 10-5. This means, that nail (cloth) is smaller unit than mile (US Survey).

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from mile (US Survey) to nail (cloth) conversion

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

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

Result in mile (US Survey)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 nail (cloth) = (exactly) (0.05715) / ((6336000/3937)) = 3.5511292613636 × 10-5 mile (US Survey)
• 1 mile (US Survey) = (exactly) ((6336000/3937)) / (0.05715) = 28160.056320113 nail (cloth)
• ? nail (cloth) × (0.05715  ("m"/"nail (cloth)")) / ((6336000/3937)  ("m"/"mile (US Survey)")) = ? mile (US Survey)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between nail (cloth) to metre and metre to mile (US Survey) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from nail (cloth) to mile (US Survey) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

nail (cloth)
Result in mile (US Survey):
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### nail (cloth) to mile (US Survey) conversion chart

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

visual:
nail (cloth)mile (US Survey)
00
100.00035511292613636
200.00071022585227273
300.0010653387784091
400.0014204517045455
500.0017755646306818
600.0021306775568182
700.0024857904829545
800.0028409034090909
900.0031960163352273
1000.0035511292613636
1100.0039062421875
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about nail (cloth) and mile (US Survey) units:

Convert Nail (cloth) to other unit:

### nail (cloth)

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

Convert Mile (US Survey) to other unit:

### mile (US Survey)

Definition of mile (US Survey) unit: ≡ 5280 US Survey feet ≡ (5280 ×  1200⁄3937) m .

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