Don't know how many meters a mile is? Thanks to our mile to meter converter you will be able to know the equivalence between both units of length.
A mile in meters, how much does it equal?
If you are wondering how much is a mile in metersbelow you have the answer:
1 mile = 1609.34 meters
From this equivalence we will see how to convert from miles to meters and vice versa with a mathematical formula.
How to convert from miles to meters
To convert from miles to meters, use the following mathematical formula:
meters = miles x 1609.34
For example, do youhow many meters is two miles? Let's take a look at it:
meters = 2 x 1609,34 = 3218,69 m
The conversion is quite simple and does not involve any difficulty other than remembering how many meters is a mile.
Mile to meter converter in Excel
Do you have Excel installed on your computer? Then you can convert from miles to meters automatically. To do this, open a new spreadsheet and type in an empty cell the following function:
=CONVERT(distance; "mi"; "m")
Just replace the word "distance" with the word "distance". figure in miles you want to convert to meters. You can also write there the coordinates of a cell in which the longitude is set.
For example, we will convert 12.3 miles to meters using Excel:
=CONVERT(12,3; "mi"; "m")
From meters to miles
For from meters to miles with formulayou have to use the following mathematical expression:
miles = meters / 1609.34
In other words, if in the conversion from miles to meters we did a multiplication, in the inverse conversion we will make the division for the same amount.
For example, we will calculate how many miles is 1500 meters. To do this, we substitute the length in the above formula and we have that:
miles = 1500 / 1609.34 = 0.932
Convert meters to miles in Excel
If you want to make your own meters to miles converter with Excelfunction, use the following function in an empty cell:
=CONVERT(length; "m"; "mi")
As in the previous case, just replace the word "length" with the number of meters you want to convert to miles.
For example, if you want to know in Excel how many miles is 400 metersyou will write the function in this form:
=CONVERT(400; "m"; "mi")
Mile to Meter Equivalency Chart
So that you have no doubt about the from miles to meters or vice versaWe have created a table of equivalences between these two units of length. However, if you have any doubts, leave us a comment and we will help you as soon as possible.