1 minute is 1/60 degrees and 1 second is 1/60 minutes
To convert a number to scientific notation do as follows: 5800000 = 5.8 x 10^6 Put a decimal between the first and second number then from that second number count to the right. The number you have when you finish counting is the number that is in the power position.
The first thought would be that the question cannot be answered sensibly. A mile is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. A second is a measure of time, with dimensions [T]. The two measure different things and elementary dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. However, in the world there are numerous measurements of distance. One measurement uses degrees of latitude and longitude, which divided up the surface of the Earth. A degree is divided up into minutes and seconds, 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minutes in a degree. A degree of latitude is constant everywhere on the globe, being approximately 69 miles, and a minute of latitude is approximately 1.15 miles. That means that a second of latitude is approximately 0.02 miles, or just over 100 feet. A degree of longitude however varies in size approximately 69 miles at the equator. Because a degree of longitude varies as it moves away from the equator the minutes and seconds of longitude will decrease in size towards the poles.
all you have to do is convert it..........
Either way is fine. Anybody who has to work with them every day knows how to convert quickly from one to the other.
You cannot convert minutes to meter per second. because minutes is a time unit and meter per second is a velocity unit.
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Time = distance/speed = 16/45 = 0.35556 hours that is the answer in decimal form. Now if you wish you can convert decimal time to hours and minutes: 0.35556 hours = 0.35556 * 60 = 21.3333 minutes 0.3333 minutes = 0.3333 *60 = 20 seconds so the answer in this form is: 21 minutes and 20 second
Because the difference of a full degree in either latitude or longitude can mean the difference of almost 70 miles (112 km) in location. If latitude and longitude are to be used to describe the location of a point to within a fraction of an inch (millimeter), then the coordinates must be given in small fractions of a degree. So either decimal degrees are used ... typically with five or six decimal places ... or else minutes and seconds are used to subdivide the degree ... 1 minute is 1/60th of a degree, and 1 second is 1/3600th of a degree.
You can use the Windows calculator to do the conversions. If you want to learn how to do it yourself:To convert binary to decimal, multiply the right-most digit with 1, the second digit (from the right) with 2, the third with 4, etc.To convert to octal, group the bits from the right to the left, in groups of 3. Convert each group to a decimal digit.
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. If it does not contain a fractional part then the decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the decimal for 35 arc minutes is 35 arc minutes. If you want it as a decimal fraction of some other quantity then you need to specify that second quantity.
15 minutes equals 0.25 of an hour or of a degree (angular measure), but this second unit (hour/degree) MUST be present for the statement to be true.
The conversion of octal number to binary can be obtained by using two methods. First, it can be converted into decimal and then obtained decimal is converted into binary. In the second method
Multiply feet per second by 18.288 to get meters per minute.
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