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Neither.
Mile is a unit of length. Knot is a unit of speed, equivalent to one nautical mile per hour.
If you're asking which is longer, a statue mile or a nautical mile, then the answer is a nautical mile. A statue mile is 5280 feet. A nautical mile is about about 6076 feet.

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