Q: How many chains are there in one furlong?

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One chain is equal to one tenth of a furlong, or one eightieth of a mile. Therefore, 80 chains is equal to one mile.

1 furlong = 201.168 meters

40 rods in one furlong.

A furlong is one eighth of a mile. There are 1760 yards in one mile so there are 220 yards in one furlong. There are 3 feet in 1 yard, so a furlong measures 220 yards x 3, which is 660 feet.

A furlong is 201.168 meters.

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1 furlong = 10 chains 1 acre = 1 furlong x 1 chain = 1 furlong x 0.1 furlong = 0.1 sq furlong.

A chain is an "old" unit of length. It measures 66 feet, or 22 yards (or 100 links) There are 10 chains in a furlong, 8 furlongs in a mile so therefore there are 80 chains in one mile.

One furlong is about 0.201168 km

As a unit of length, a chain is 66 feet long. So two chains would be 132 feet long. As there are 10 chains in a furlong, 2 chains is also equal to 1/5 of a furlong.

There are 220 yards in one furlong.

220 yards in one furlong.

A furlong is one eighth of a mile. There are 1760 yards in one mile so there are 220 yards in one furlong.

1 furlong = 201.168 metres.

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If a pace measures 1 yard then. A furlong is one eighth of a mile. There are 1760 yards in one mile so there are 220 yards in one furlong. So one furlong equals 220 paces.

One furlong ***is*** 660 feet...hence, 660 feet is 1 furlong.

There are 8 furlongs in a mile (each furlong equals 1/8 of a mile). A furlong is 660 feet and a mile is 5,280 feet.