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Q: If a dragonfly flies at the rate of Sixty miles per hour how many feet is this per second?

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0.447 x 63 = 28.161

Thirty meters at sixty miles per hour would require 1.12 seconds.

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60 feet per second = 40.9 mph

35 miles an hour

300,000 kilometres per second, or 186,000 Miles per Second, or 11,160,000 Miles per minute, or 669,600,000 Miles per Hour (Thats six hundred and sixty nine million, six hundred thousand miles per hour) It's also like 7 times around the world in a second!

About sixty miles.

Roughly sixty miles.

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That is 146.7 feet per second.

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96560.64 meter

0.447 x 63 = 28.161

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Thirty meters at sixty miles per hour would require 1.12 seconds.