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Q: What is the maximun speed of plane when it is flying?

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Because the speed at which you can see the plane is greater than the speed of sound.

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It is flying 3 times the speed of sound. Agreed. 2,300 mph at sea level

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Well, it depends on whether you're talking about a coordinate plane, or a flying plane. You can graph points on a coordinate plane, that's easy. But the flying kind of plane, there are lots of angles involved; at what angle do I take-off/land? Speed, that's another thing, you need speed to be able to stay in the air. That requires math.

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No. plane X will be faster. because, the speed of sound is not a constant. it depends on the altitude. for example, the speed of sound (mach1)at sea level is about 1221km/h and the speed of sound at 30000ft is about 1091km/h. that is, the speed of sound is reduced with higher altitudes. so the plane X which is at lower altitude travels faster because the speed of sound is faster at that altitude.

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As altitude increases (to about 35,000 ft) air density, pressure and temperature all drop. As density decreases speed of sound increases, but with drop in pressure it drops; these two practically cancel each other out. As temperature drops, speed of sound drops. Thus at 15,000 ft the speed of sound is slower than at 6,000 ft so plane X is flying faster than plane Y.

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