# link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) to cubit conversion

Conversion number between link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) [lnk] and cubit is 0.66666666666667. This means, that link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) is smaller unit than cubit.

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### Enter the number in link (Ramsden's; Engineer's):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
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eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in cubit

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) = (0.3048) / (0.4572) = 0.66666666666667 cubit
• 1 cubit = (0.4572) / (0.3048) = 1.5 link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)
• ? link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) × (0.3048  ("m"/"link (Ramsden's; Engineer's)")) / (0.4572  ("m"/"cubit")) = ? cubit

### High precision conversion

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

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!

### link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) to cubit conversion chart

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

visual:
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106.6666666666667
2013.333333333333
3020
4026.666666666667
5033.333333333333
6040
7046.666666666667
8053.333333333333
9060
10066.666666666667
11073.333333333333
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## Multiple conversion

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Convert Link (Ramsden's; Engineer's) to other unit:

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

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### cubit

Definition of cubit unit: ≈ 18 in . ≡ Distance from fingers to elbow, ≈ 18 in, of chiefly historical interest

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