The word Kilometer is a combination of the prefix "kilo" (meaning thousand) with the word meter. That is the reason why one kilometer equals exactly one thousand meters. In spite of this, it should be noted that the abbreviation for the word kilometer is "km". To finish, never place the plural in the kilometer symbol, that is, whether it is 1 km or 8 km, the abbreviation should always appear in the singular.
The League was a measure used to measure long routes, much used in Portugal and Brazil, until the introduction of the metric system. There were several types of league, such as the Land League (old and present) and the Maritime League. In Brazil, the name of league was given the distance traveled on foot during an hour's walk. It should be noted that before the introduction of the metric system, each country had different measures for the league, and thus the league used in France was not the same as that of Germany, nor was that of Portugal. The situation was strange, as the units of measure being different within the country itself, from province to province.
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|km to league||km to league|
|0.5 km = 0,1036 lea||30 km = 6,2136 lea|
|1 km = 0,2071 lea||35 km = 7,2492 lea|
|2 km = 0,4142 lea||40 km = 8,2848 lea|
|3 km = 0,6214 lea||45 km = 9,3204 lea|
|4 km = 0,8285 lea||50 km = 10,3560 lea|
|5 km = 1,0356 lea||60 km = 12,4272 lea|
|10 km = 2,0712 lea||70 km = 14,4984 lea|
|15 km = 3,1068 lea||80 km = 16,5696 lea|
|20 km = 4,1424 lea||90 km = 18,6408 lea|
|25 km = 5,1780 lea||100 km = 20,7120 lea|
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