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• Regardless of how it came to be how Many Feet in a Mile can be a tricky number to keep straight 
• If you simplified the answer how Many Feet are in a Mile into any searchbox you’d find the answer on literally hundreds of sites 
• A quick trick to remember how Many Feet in a Mile 
• So one Mile is 8 xx 10 xx 22 xx 3 = 5280 Feet 
• There are 1760 yards in a Mile and 3 Feet in a yard 
• If the Mile originated with 5 000 roman Feet how did we end up with a Mile that is 5 280 Feet blame the furlong 
• So there are 1760 3 = 5280 Feet in a Mile 
• Since a furlong was 660 Feet we ended up with a 5 280-foot Mile 
• 1 Mile mi in Feet ft 
• 1 Mile is equal to 5280 Feet 
• Each nautical Mile originally referred to one minute of arc along a meridian around the earth 
• 1 Mile = 5280 Feet 
• In 1592 parliament set about determining the length of the Mile and decided that each one should be made up of eight furlongs 
• Thus 1 2 Miles is equal to = 5280 × 1 2 Feet 
• One Mile is 8 furlongs 
• One foot contains 12 inches 
• I can never remember the exact number of Feet in a Mile 
• There are 2640 Feet in half a Mile 
• Furlongs which are still used as a unit of measurement in horse racing are 660 Feet long 
• Answer half a Mile is equal to 2640 Feet 
• I usually start from the number of yards in a Mile and multiply by 3 
• Thus a nautical Mile is 6 076 Feet 
• In 1592 parliament wanted to standardize the measurement of the Mile and made the decision that it should be equal to eight furlongs 
• You can break it down into the traditional units making up a Mile as follows 
• Remember that a furlong was considered to be the length of a furrow a team of oxen could plow in one day without resting 
• Where did the Mile originate 
• Feet to meters 
• Though they switched over to the metric system in the mid- to late 20th century you can still see some Miles per hour signs on british roads 
• Like the Mile the acre owes its existence to the concept of the furlong 
• While the basis of this measurement was roman the jump of 280 Feet was positively british 

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• Regardless of how it came to be how Many Feet In a Mile can be a tricky number to keep straight 
• A quick trick to remember how Many Feet In a Mile 
• There are 1760 yards In a Mile and 3 Feet In a yard 
• So there are 1760 3 = 5280 Feet In a Mile 
• I can never remember the exact number of Feet In a Mile 
• There are 2640 Feet In half a Mile 

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