Q: How many feet per minute are equivalent to 12 feet per second?

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60 times as many.

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These are different dimensions there is no answer to the question as it stands. If instead you meant 3 cubic feet per second... then the answer is: 3 * 60 = 180 ( cu ft per minute ) = 1346 gallons per minute (four significant figures but the question only had one significant figure so taking that into consideration the answer is 1000 gal/min

There are 5,280 feet in a mile. So 90 miles per hour is 475,200 feet per hour. (90 x 5280) 475,200 divided by the 60 minutes in the hour comes out to 7920 feet per minute. Dividing 7920 feet per minute by the sixty seconds in a minute comes to 132 feet per second. This is also, if you are interested, 44 yards per second. (132 feet per second divided by three feet in a yard)

44.3181818 miles per hour == 65 feet*60 seconds=3900 feet/ minute 3900 feet/ minute* 60 minutes=234000 feet/hour 234000feet/hour/ 5280 feet=44.3181818 mph

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60 times as many.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 13 yards per minute is equal to 13 x 3 = 39 feet per minute. There are 60 seconds in one minute. Therefore, 39 feet per minute is equal to 39/60 = 0.65 feet per second.

44 feet per second

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At the temperature of 20 degrees Celsius the sound travels 343 meters in one second or 1125.328 feet in one second. That is 20580 meters in one minute or 67523 feet in one minute.

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This question makes no sense. The answer is 450 feet...which you just said!

There are 1,760 x 3 x 12 = 63,360 inches in one mile. Travelling 25 miles per hour is the same as travelling 63,360 x 25 = 1,594,000 inches in one hour.Dividing this by the number of seconds in one hour gives us 1,594,000 / 3,600 = 442.7 recurring (that is, 442.777... inches per second.)