# rope to nautical mile (international) conversion

Conversion number between rope [rope] and nautical mile (international) [NM; nmi] is 0.0032915766738661. This means, that rope is smaller unit than nautical mile (international).

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from nautical mile (international) to rope conversion

### Enter the number in rope:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [rope]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in nautical mile (international)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 rope = (exactly) (6.096) / (1852) = 0.0032915766738661 nautical mile (international)
• 1 nautical mile (international) = (exactly) (1852) / (6.096) = 303.80577427822 rope
• ? rope × (6.096  ("m"/"rope")) / (1852  ("m"/"nautical mile (international)")) = ? nautical mile (international)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between rope to metre and metre to nautical mile (international) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from rope to nautical mile (international) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

rope
Result in nautical mile (international):
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### rope to nautical mile (international) conversion chart

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

visual:
ropenautical mile (international)
00
100.032915766738661
200.065831533477322
300.098747300215983
400.13166306695464
500.1645788336933
600.19749460043197
700.23041036717063
800.26332613390929
900.29624190064795
1000.32915766738661
1100.36207343412527
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about rope and nautical mile (international) units:

Convert Rope to other unit:

### rope

Definition of rope unit: ≡ 20 ft. of chiefly historical interest

Convert Nautical mile (international) to other unit:

### nautical mile (international)

Definition of nautical mile (international) unit: ≡ 1852 m.

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