Convert Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons

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Unit Descriptions
1 Foot (U.S. Survey):
Exactly 1200/3937 meters by definition. In decimal terms approximately 0.304 800 609 601 219 meters. Variation from the common international foot of exactly 0.3048 meters may only be considerable over large survey distances. 1 ft (US survey) = 1200/3937 m
1 Marathon:
According to International Association of Athletics Federations rule 240 the standard distance of a marathon is 42.195 Kilometers (km). Exactly 42,195 meters (m) (SI unit).

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Conversions Table
1 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 070 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0005
2 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 080 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0006
3 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 090 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0007
4 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0100 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0007
5 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0200 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0014
6 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0300 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0022
7 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0001400 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0029
8 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0001500 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0036
9 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0001600 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0043
10 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0001800 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0058
20 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0001900 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0065
30 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.00021,000 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0072
40 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.000310,000 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0722
50 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.0004100,000 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.7224
60 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 0.00041,000,000 Feet (u.s. Survey) to Marathons = 7.2236

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