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Q: How many mph is 100 meters in 14.00 seconds?

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If an object is travelling 100 meters in 1400 seconds, then it is travelling (100 / 1400) or about 0.0714 meters per second.

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 1400 centimetres is equal to 1400/100 = 14 metres.

100 meters in 17.74 seconds = 12.61 mph

100 meters in 13.00 seconds = 17.21 mph

100 meters / 11 seconds = 20.336 mph (rounded)

100 meters per 15.00 seconds = 14.91 mph

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22.3693 mph

(100 meters/9.98 sec) x (1 mile/1,609.344 meters) x (3,600 seconds/1 hour) = 22.4 mph

100 meters in 9.58 seconds equates to an average of 23.35 miles per hour.

22.3693 mph

1 m = 100 cm 14 m = 1400 cm ■

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