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Q: Does rim size change miles per hour?

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multiply by 1.6

(40 miles per hour) / (3,600 seconds per hour) = 0.0111 mile per second (rounded, repeating)

A rate of change of 60 miles per hour. Think of it in terms of a car. The car is going to go a father distance if it is going 60 miles per hour as opposed to 1 mile per hour.

Take meters per second and multiply by 2.24 to get miles per hour.

KPH (Kilometres Per Hour)

Multiply km per hour by 0.621 to get miles per hour. 1 km* 1 mi 1.609344 km = 0.6213711922 mi

Multiply miles per second by 3,600 to get miles per hour: 186,282 x 3,600 = 670,615,200 mph

No. "Miles per hour" is a speed. An acceleration might be "Miles per hour per hour", or "miles per hour squared".

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Since 60 minutes is "an hour" and you are running at 5.2 miles per hour for 60 minutes, the answer would be 5.2 miles. (Maybe it would be easier to under stand if you change miles per hour to miles in an hour.)

50 miles per hour.

59km per hour equates to 36.6609 miles per hour.

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