Q: What is the rate 55 mi h ft s?

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First, multiply all the top numbers together:132ft * 1mi * 3600s = 475200 ft*mi*sAnd put that over top of all the bottom numbers multiplied together:1s * 5280ft * 1h = 5280 s*ft*hBy dividing the numbers together, we get:475200 / 5280 = 90Now we have to divide the units:(ft*mi*s) / (s*ft*h) = mi/hSo your answer is 90 miles per hour.

360 miles in 6 hours

350 ft / sec. * 1 mi / 5280 ft * 3,600 s / 1 h = about 240 MPH Notice that units cancel on top and bottom to yield mi over h. Edit: tried to write this vertically, but the spacing was messed up.

time = distance/rate so, t = 26.2 mi/12 mi per h = 2.2 h

cubic feet per hour (cu ft/h of flow rate) is the same as 14 4/25 Liters per minute (L/min / flow rate).

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t = d/|v| = 130 mi / (55 mi / h) = 2.364 h or 142 minutes

52 mi in 1 h

If the rate of acceleration is constant, the average speed over the two feet is 187.5 mph (half of 375 mph). 187.5 mi/h x 5280 ft/mi Ã· 3600 sec/h = 275 ft/sec At that speed, the time it takes to go 2 ft. is (1 sec)/(275 ft) x 2 ft or about 7.27 ms (milliseconds).

The distance to the moon is 238900 miles. Speed = distance/time Time = distance/speed = 238900 mi/55 mi/h = 4344 h (rounded)

20 mi/h * (1 h / 3600 s) * (5280 ft / 1 mi) = 29.33 ft/sec

416/8= 52hours

55 km per hour is a measure of speed, indicating that an object is traveling at a rate of 55 kilometers for every hour that passes.

Well, it depends on the rate at which you are traveling, if you travel 1 mi/h, ( one mile per hour) it would take you 7239 hours to travel this distance, but if your rate was 60 mi/h it would take you 120.65 hours to travel this same distance. Do you know at which rate you are traveling?

You can't. Miles are length/distance and mi/h are rate of speed.

360 miles in 6 hours

3 h 55 min (280.3 mi) via I-95 S

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