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# M to leagues [US statute] Conversion Factor

The m to league [US statute] conversion factor is 0.0002071

To find how many meters are there in a league [US statute], just multiply the quantity in meters by 0.

You can also use the formula to convert from m to leagues [US statute] below:

Value in leagues [US statute] = value in meters × 0.0002071

## Examples:

Convert half m to leagues [US statute]:
half meters = 0.5 × 0.000207 = 0.000104 leagues [US statute].

Convert a m to leagues [US statute]:
a m = 1 × 0.000207 = 0.000207 leagues [US statute].

Convert two m to leagues [US statute]:
two meters = 2 × 0.000207 = 0.000414 leagues [US statute].

Note: All values are rounded to 3 significant figures.

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## More Examples:

Convert three m to leagues [US statute] three meters = 3 × 0.000621 = 0.000621 leagues [US statute].

Convert 4 m to leagues [US statute] 4 meters = 4 × 0.000828 = 0.000828 leagues [US statute].

Convert half m to leagues [US statute] half meters = 0.5 × 0.000104 = 0.000104 leagues [US statute].

Convert a quarter m to leagues [US statute] a quarter meters = 0.25 × 5.18E-5 = 5.18E-5 leagues [US statute].

Convert one-fifth m to leagues [US statute] one-fifth meters = 0.2 × 4.14E-5 = 4.14E-5 leagues [US statute].

Convert one-eighth m to leagues [US statute] one-eighth meters = 0.125 × 2.59E-5 = 2.59E-5 leagues [US statute].

Note: All values are rounded to 3 significant figures.

## Definition of Meter

A meter (m), is the base unit of length in the the International System of Units (SI). It is defined as the length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second.

## Definition of League [US Statute]

A statute league (lea) is an obsolete unit of length. It is usually defined as three miles (about 4.8 km)