# Chains to Miles (statute) Converter

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## How to use this Chains to Miles (statute) Converter π€

Follow these steps to convert given length from the units of Chains to the units of Miles (statute).

- Enter the input
**Chains**value in the text field. - The calculator converts the given
**Chains**into**Miles (statute)**in realtime β using the conversion formula, and displays under the**Miles (statute)**label. You do not need to click any button. If the input changes,**Miles (statute)**value is re-calculated, just like that. - You may copy the resulting
**Miles (statute)**value using the Copy button. - To view a detailed step by step calculation of the conversion, click on the View Calculation button.
- You can also reset the input by clicking on button present below the input field.

## What is the Formula to convert Chains to Miles (statute)?

The formula to convert given length from Chains to Miles (statute) is:

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = Length_{(Chains)} / 80.00016640651567

To convert any given length from chains to miles (statute), substitute the given value of Length_{(Chains)} in the above formula, simplify the right-hand side value.

## Calculation

## Examples

### Consider that a farmer's field is 20 chains long.

Convert this distance from chains to Miles (statute).

#### Answer:

**Given:**

The length in chains is:

Length_{(Chains)} = 20

**Formula:**

The formula to convert length from chains to miles (statute) is:

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = Length_{(Chains)} / 80.00016640651567

**Substitution:**

Substitute given weight **Length _{(Chains)} = 20** in the above formula.

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = 20 / 80.00016640651567

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = 0.25

**Final Answer:**

Therefore, **20 ch** is equal to **0.25 mi (US)**.

The length is **0.25 mi (US)**, in miles (statute).

### Consider that a surveyor measures a plot of land that is 15 chains in length.

Convert this distance from chains to Miles (statute).

#### Answer:

**Given:**

The length in chains is:

Length_{(Chains)} = 15

**Formula:**

The formula to convert length from chains to miles (statute) is:

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = Length_{(Chains)} / 80.00016640651567

**Substitution:**

Substitute given weight **Length _{(Chains)} = 15** in the above formula.

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = 15 / 80.00016640651567

Length_{(Miles (statute))} = 0.1875

**Final Answer:**

Therefore, **15 ch** is equal to **0.1875 mi (US)**.

The length is **0.1875 mi (US)**, in miles (statute).

## Chains to Miles (statute) Conversion Table

The following table gives some of the most used conversions from Chains to Miles (statute).

Chains (ch) | Miles (statute) (mi (US)) |
---|---|

0 ch | 0 mi (US) |

1 ch | 0.012499974 mi (US) |

2 ch | 0.024999948 mi (US) |

3 ch | 0.037499922 mi (US) |

4 ch | 0.049999896 mi (US) |

5 ch | 0.06249987 mi (US) |

6 ch | 0.07499984399 mi (US) |

7 ch | 0.08749981799 mi (US) |

8 ch | 0.09999979199 mi (US) |

9 ch | 0.1125 mi (US) |

10 ch | 0.125 mi (US) |

20 ch | 0.25 mi (US) |

50 ch | 0.625 mi (US) |

100 ch | 1.25 mi (US) |

1000 ch | 12.5 mi (US) |

10000 ch | 124.9997 mi (US) |

100000 ch | 1249.9974 mi (US) |

## Chains

A chain is a unit of length used primarily in land surveying and agriculture. One chain is equivalent to 66 feet or approximately 20.1168 meters.

The chain is defined as 66 feet, which is historically based on the length of a chain used in surveying practices and land measurement.

Chains are commonly used in land surveying for measuring distances, particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom. The unit is useful for tasks such as plotting and dividing land and has historical significance in the development of surveying techniques.

## Miles (statute)

A statute mile is a unit of length used primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom for measuring distances. One statute mile is equivalent to 5,280 feet or approximately 1,609.344 meters.

The statute mile is defined as exactly 5,280 feet, and it is used in a variety of contexts including land measurement, transportation, and mapping.

Statute miles are commonly used in the United States for road signs, property measurement, and other applications. The term "statute mile" helps distinguish it from other types of miles, such as nautical miles, and ensures clarity in measurement contexts.

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

### 1. What is the formula for converting Chains to Miles (statute) in Length?

The formula to convert Chains to Miles (statute) in Length is:

Chains / 80.00016640651567

### 2. Is this tool free or paid?

This Length conversion tool, which converts Chains to Miles (statute), is completely free to use.

### 3. How do I convert Length from Chains to Miles (statute)?

To convert Length from Chains to Miles (statute), you can use the following formula:

Chains / 80.00016640651567

For example, if you have a value in Chains, you substitute that value in place of Chains in the above formula, and solve the mathematical expression to get the equivalent value in Miles (statute).