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Kilometres to Miles ( km to miles) Relation

Both kilometre and mile are the unit of measurement for length or distance in metric and imperial unit systems respectively. A mile is longer than a kilometre. One mile is equal to 1.609 kilometres, or you can say one mile is 0.621 times of a km. To convert kilometre to miles, divide the length value by 1.609.

How many miles in a km?

1 km = 0.621 mi

So, 1 mi = km * 0.62137

Kilometers To Miles Conversion Chart

Kilometers (km) Miles (mi)
0.01 km0.006215040397762586 mi
0.1 km0.062150403977625855 mi
1 km0.6215040397762586 mi
2 km1.2430080795525171 mi
5 km3.107520198881293 mi
10 km6.215040397762586 mi
20 km12.430080795525171 mi
50 km31.07520198881293 mi
100 km62.15040397762586 mi
500 km310.75201988812927 mi
1000 km621.5040397762585 mi

Convert from kilometers to miles formula

Total miles =
 Total kilometers 1.609

For example, if you want to convert 150 kilometers to miles then,

 150 1.609
= 93.22560596643878 mi

Convert from miles to kilometers formula

 Total kilometers = Total miles x 1.609

93.22560596643878 mi = 93.22560596643878 x 1.609 = 150 km

Kilometers

General Information

 Unit system metric Unit of Length Symbol km

Kilometre is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one thousand metres (kilo- being the SI prefix for 1000). It is now the measurement unit used for expressing distances between geographical places on land in most of the world; notable exceptions are the United States and the United Kingdom where the statute mile is the unit used.

Miles

General Information

 Unit system English unit Unit of length Symbol mi or m

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.

While most countries replaced the mile with the kilometre when switching to the International System of Units, the international mile continues to be used in some countries, such as Liberia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and a number of countries with fewer than one million inhabitants, most of which are UK or US territories, or have close historical ties with the UK or US.

The mile was usually abbreviated m. in the past in the USA but is now written as mi to avoid confusion with the SI metre. However, derived units, such as miles per hour or miles per gallon, continue to be abbreviated as mph and mpg, respectively. In the United Kingdom, road signs still abbreviate mile to m.