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Q: A car traveling 100 kph is going how many mph?

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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.

As stated, the question is impossile to answer.IF the car was going at 100 km PER HOUR, then it would cover 75 km in 45 minutes. If it was going at 100 km per day, then it would cover 3.125 km in 45 minutes.

Four times as farther.

A car traveling at 10m/s, or 36km/h.

A train

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A car going 55 mph is traveling at about 80.667 feet per second.

It is traveling at about 58.66 feet per second.

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

As stated, the question is impossile to answer.IF the car was going at 100 km PER HOUR, then it would cover 75 km in 45 minutes. If it was going at 100 km per day, then it would cover 3.125 km in 45 minutes.

100

Four times as farther.

It is traveling 510 miles per hour.

200000000 hours

A car traveling at 10m/s, or 36km/h.

A train

32

Depends entirely on your frame of reference! If you are in a car traveling along side it at 50 ms, the car will appear to be standing still. If you are going the opposite direction at 50 ms, it will appear to be traveling at 100ms.

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