# Mile

### Índice

- What is the international mile?
- What is the length of a mile?
- What is the equivalent of a statute mile in miles?
- What is the difference between the Scots mile and the English mile?
- What is an international nautical mile?
- What is the length of a mile?
- How many kilometers are in an international mile?
- Which countries still use the international mile?

### What is the international mile?

The present international mile is usually what is understood by the unqualified term mile. When this distance needs to be distinguished from the nautical mile, the international mile may also be described as a land mile or statute mile.

### What is the length of a mile?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. The mile is an English unit of length of linear measure equal to 5,280 feet, or 1,760 yards, and standardised as exactly 1,609.344 metres by international agreement in 1959.

### What is the equivalent of a statute mile in miles?

It varied from place to place but the most accepted equivalencies are 1,976 Imperial yards (1.123 statute miles or 1.81 km). It was legally abolished three times: first by a 1685 act of the Scottish Parliament, again by the 1707 Treaty of Union with England, and finally by the Weights and Measures Act 1824.

### What is the difference between the Scots mile and the English mile?

The Scots mile was longer than the English mile, as mentioned by Robert Burns in the first verse of his poem Tam o Shanter . It comprised 8 (Scots) furlongs divided into 320 falls or faws (Scots rods ).

### What is an international nautical mile?

A nautical mile is a unit of measurement used in air, marine, and space navigation, and for the definition of territorial waters. Historically, it was defined as one minute (1 / 60 of a degree) of latitude along any line of longitude. Today the international nautical mile is defined as exactly 1852 metres (6076 ft; 1.151 mi).

### What is the length of a mile?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. The mile is an English unit of length of linear measure equal to 5,280 feet, or 1,760 yards, and standardised as exactly 1,609.344 metres by international agreement in 1959.

### How many kilometers are in an international mile?

The international mile is precisely equal to 1.609 344 km (or 25146 15625 km as a fraction).

### Which countries still use the international mile?

While most countries abandoned the mile when switching to the metric system, the international mile continues to be used in some countries, such as Liberia, Myanmar, the United Kingdom and the United States.

### How do you calculate statute miles to a mile?

1 statute miles to mile = 1 mile. 5 statute miles to mile = 5 mile. 10 statute miles to mile = 10 mile. 20 statute miles to mile = 20 mile. 30 statute miles to mile = 30 mile. 40 statute miles to mile = 40 mile. 50 statute miles to mile = 50 mile. 75 statute miles to mile = 75 mile. 100 statute miles to mile = 100 mile.

### How many statute miles is 100 air miles?

Guidance: The term “air mile” is internationally defined as a “nautical mile” which is equivalent to 6,076 feet or 1,852 meters. Thus, the 100 air miles are equivalent to 115.08 statute miles or 185.2 kilometers.

### What is the difference between nautical miles and statute miles?

To differentiate a mile or land mile is sometimes referred to as a statute mile. Both are distance measures and can be used either location although traditionally nautical miles are used for navigation on the water or in the air, over both land and sea. And statute miles are traditionally for land navigation.

### How many meters in a mile?

The mile, also called the statute mile or the land mile is a unit for measuring length in the imperial system of units. It got the name statute mile, from the fact that it was defined by an Act of Parliament in England, in 1593. 1 Statute Mile is equal to 5,280 feet or 1,760 yards. It is equal to 1609.34 meters and 1.60934 km.