# How many miles are in 300 feet

## Conversion of miles (mi) to feet / feet (ft) and vice versa

Updated on by Stefan Banse

Here you can convert the unit of length, mile, into the unit of foot / foot and vice versa, from foot / foot to mile. By clicking on the "Swap units" symbol, you will always see the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e. mi to ft or ft to mi. You can also use the following calculator to calculate any other unit of length.

The length of the mile is very common in the Anglo-American region, but does not belong to the international system of units SI (Système international d'unités).

Historically, the term mile originated in the Roman Empire as a sequence of 1,000 double steps, i.e. mille passus (thousand steps).

A distinction is now made between the land mile described here and the nautical mile known from nautical science. 1 mile is 1.609344 kilometers or 1 kilometer is 0.62137 miles.

### Information on "Foot / Fuß"

The foot was widely used as a measure of length or unit of length very early on and is still used today in Anglo-American countries. However, it does not belong to the international system of units SI (Système international d'unités).

The foot usually corresponded to a length of 28-32 cm in the individual countries. In the meantime only the English foot is used. 1 foot corresponds to 30.48 centimeters or 1 foot corresponds to 12 inches / inch.

### Basics for converting miles (mi) to feet / feet (ft)

The abbreviation for the "unit of length, mile" is mi. The abbreviation for the "unit of length foot / foot" is ft.

### Formula for converting miles (mi) to feet / feet (ft)

The calculation of miles to feet / feet is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula from miles to feet

Determine the number of feet / feet from miles

Mile × 5280

### Formula for converting feet / feet (ft) to miles (mi)

The calculation of feet / feet to mile is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula feet / feet to mile

Find the number of miles from feet

Foot × 0.00018939393939394

### Summary table: how many miles are how many feet?

Mile miFoot / foot ft
0.01 mi =>52.80000 ft
0.02 mi =>105,60000 ft
0.03 mi =>158.40000 ft
0.04 mi =>211.20000 ft
0.05 mi =>264 ft
0.06 mi =>316.80000 ft
0.07 mi =>369,60000 ft
0.08 mi =>422,40000 ft
0.09 mi =>475.20000 ft
0.10 mi =>528 ft
0.20 mi =>1,056 ft
0.30 mi =>1,584 ft
0.40 mi =>2 112 ft
0.50 mi =>2,640 ft
0.60 mi =>3,168 ft
0.70 mi =>3,696 ft
0.80 mi =>4 224 ft
0.90 mi =>4,752 ft
1 mi =>5,280 ft
2 mi =>10,560 ft
3 mi =>15,840 ft
4 mi =>21 120 ft
5 mi =>26 400 ft
6 mi =>31 680 ft
7 mi =>36,960 ft
8 mi =>42 240 ft
9 mi =>47 520 ft
10 mi =>52 800 ft
20 mi =>105 600 ft
30 mi =>158 400 ft
40 mi =>211 200 ft
50 mi =>264,000 ft
60 mi =>316 800 ft
70 mi =>369 600 ft
80 mi =>422 400 ft
90 mi =>475 200 ft
100 mi =>528,000 ft
200 mi =>1,056,000 ft
300 mi =>1,584,000 ft
400 mi =>2,112,000 ft
500 mi =>2,640,000 ft
600 mi =>3,168,000 ft
700 mi =>3,696,000 ft
800 mi =>4,224,000 ft
900 mi =>4,752,000 ft
1,000 mi =>5,280,000 ft

### Summary table: how many feet are how many miles?

Foot / foot ftMile mi
0.06 ft =>0.00001 mi
0.07 ft =>0.00001 mi
0.08 ft =>0.00001 mi
0.09 ft =>0.00001 mi
0.10 ft =>0.00001 mi
0.20 ft =>0.00003 mi
0.30 ft =>0.00005 mi
0.40 ft =>0.00007 mi
0.50 ft =>0.00009 mi
0.60 ft =>0.00011 mi
0.70 ft =>0.00013 mi
0.80 ft =>0.00015 mi
0.90 ft =>0.00017 mi
1 ft =>0.00018 mi
2 ft =>0.00037 mi
3 ft =>0.00056 mi
4 ft =>0.00075 mi
5 ft =>0.00094 mi
6 ft =>0.00113 mi
7 ft =>0.00132 mi
8 ft =>0.00151 mi
9 ft =>0.00170 mi
10 ft =>0.00189 mi
20 ft =>0.00378 mi
30 ft =>0.00568 mi
40 ft =>0.00757 mi
50 ft =>0.00947 mi
60 ft =>0.01136 mi
70 ft =>0.01325 mi
80 ft =>0.01515 mi
90 ft =>0.01704 mi
100 ft =>0.01893 mi
200 ft =>0.03787 mi
300 ft =>0.05681 mi
400 ft =>0.07575 mi
500 ft =>0.09469 mi
600 ft =>0.11363 mi
700 ft =>0.13257 mi
800 ft =>0.15151 mi
900 ft =>0.17045 mi
1 000 ft =>0.18939 mi

### References

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### Last update on April 14th, 2021

The pages of the theme world "Units of Length" were last editorially checked on April 14th, 2021 by Stefan Banse. They are all up to date.

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