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A knot is 1 nautical mile per hour and 1.151 land miles per hour

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1 knot = 1 nautical mile per hourtime = distance ÷ speed= 2110 nautical miles / 10 nautical miles/hour= 211 hours= 8 days 19 hours.As 1 knot is 1 nautical mile per hour: a unit of speed, 1 knot per hour would be a rate of change of speed, ie an acceleration.

One knot is equal to 1 nautical mile per hour. So for 535 nautical miles at 6 knots, 535 nautical miles/6 knots=535 nautical miles/6 nautical miles per hour=535/6 hours which is about 89.2 hours (89 hours and 10 minutes).

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One knot is equal to one nautical mile per hour. Therefore, in terms of miles per minute, one knot is approximately 0.019 miles per minute.

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1 knot is 1 nautical mile per hour, but the words knot and nautical mile are not always interchangeable in sentences (that is, to say something like "he is 1 knot to the north" would not be grammatically correct. Instead you should say "he is 1 nautical mile to the north", just as it is not truly correct to say "The wind speed was 30 nautical miles per hour". In this case you should say "The wind speed was 30 knots").

There are 1.150779448863636 miles in 1 nautical mile.

It is a speed equivalent to one nautical mile per hour.

The speed of one nautical mile per hour is called one knot. So a knot can be considered a nautical mile

About 25.3 miles per hour.

One knot is equal to one nautical mile per hour. Therefore, 26 knots is equal to 26 nautical miles.

The conversion factor is 1.151 - So: nautical mph x 1.151 = mph

A knot is 1 nautical mile per hour and 1.151 land miles per hour

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Knots (not Knots per hour) are nautical miles per hour. So the answer is 902 divided by 7 which is 128.86 hours