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10.2888888 is the speed in meters per second of a ship traveling at 20 knots.

Q: What is the speed in meters per second of a ship traveling at twenty knots?

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6.32766667 meters per second ==

1/20 hour = 3 minutes

Easy! Divide by 200. So 1000 feet per minute = 5 metres per second (roughly). It also equals 10 knots incidentally.

This question cannot be answered as it stands. Meters and square meters are different in that one is length and the other area. To answer this, you would need to specify the dimensions of the wood that you are using to cover the floor. If you are using 5cm wide strips of wood, then you would need 20m^2 / .05m = 400 linear meters of wood strips. Then add 10% for cuts,knots and mistakes.

130 knots = 149.6 mph

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6.32766667 meters per second ==

20 knots is 10.29 meters per second.

The speed in meter/scond is 15x1800 m/3600 s = 7.5 meters/second where a Knot is a Nautical mile of 1800 meters/hour.

1/20 hour = 3 minutes

.089 knots per meter or 11.23 meters per knots

Use this formula:knots x 0.5144 = meters per second

1 Knot = 0.514444444444444 Meters per Second different calculations also use 0.5148

30 Knots = 55.56 Kilometers per Hour

21 knots = 24.2 mph

IT is twenty knots or faster

250 knots = 287.7 mph

408 knots = 469.52 mph