Q: How can you change a rate of feet per second to a rate of feet per hour?

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About one mile per hour.

find the convertion rate

5.79 mph.

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Multiply miles per second by 3,600 to get miles per hour: 186,282 x 3,600 = 670,615,200 mph

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About one mile per hour.

154 feet per second equates to 105 mph.

find the convertion rate

10 miles per hour 100 feet per second $25 per hour etc...

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5.79 mph.

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A unit rate is simply how we describe speed in this case. Examples: Miles per hour Kilometers per hour Feet per second Meters per second and so on.

Multiply miles per second by 3,600 to get miles per hour: 186,282 x 3,600 = 670,615,200 mph

There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, assuming a constant rate of 44 feet per second, the train will travel 44 x 3600 = 158400 feet in one hour. There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 158400 feet per hour is equal to 158400/5280 = 30 miles per hour.

it depends on the unit rate you are using but here are some examples mph= miles per hour kph= kilometres per hour fps= feet per second cps= centimetres per second

The rate of motion refers to how quickly an object changes its position in a given amount of time. It is typically measured as the distance traveled by an object divided by the time it took to travel that distance. This rate can be expressed in units such as meters per second or kilometers per hour.