Q: How many mph is 100 meters in 15.00 seconds?

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100 meters / 11 seconds = 20.336 mph (rounded)

100 meters/14.00 seconds (1 mile/1609 meters)(3600 seconds/1 hour) = 15.982 miles per hour

(100 meters/9.98 sec) x (1 mile/1,609.344 meters) x (3,600 seconds/1 hour) = 22.4 mph

Traveling 100 meters in 80 seconds equates to an average speed of 2.79 miles per hour.

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

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As time equals distance divided by speed you get; t=1500/10 (100/10 so you are in m/s) Therefore it would take 150 seconds

1500 centimeters is equal to 15 meters. To convert centimeters to meters, divide by 100 since there are 100 centimeters in a meter.

100 meters / 11 seconds = 20.336 mph (rounded)

There are 15 meters in 1500 centimeters. This is because 1 meter is equal to 100 centimeters, so to convert centimeters to meters, you divide by 100.

100 meters/14.00 seconds (1 mile/1609 meters)(3600 seconds/1 hour) = 15.982 miles per hour

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 1500 metres is equal to 1500 x 100 = 150000 centimetres.

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(100 meters/9.98 sec) x (1 mile/1,609.344 meters) x (3,600 seconds/1 hour) = 22.4 mph

Covering 100 meters in 9.78 seconds (10.225 meters per second) equals about 22.87 mph.

22.3693 mph

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1 Meters Per Second = 2.23693629 Miles Per hour conversion of meters to mph is left to you you are going 100 meters in 10.6 seconds or 100/10.6=9.4339mps 9.4339mps*2.2369mph/1mps=21.10mph