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It will depend on the speed of sound in the medium. Sonar is often used for underwater location and the speed of sound through water is quite different from the speed of sound through air.

Q: How far will a sonar pulse travel in 45 seconds?

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At 31 fps, the elevator will travel 372 feet in 12 seconds.

In 10 seconds the jet would travel 2.5 km

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Sonar works by sending a pulse of ultrasound through water. It then listens and detects the pulse if it reflects back from a surface. The time is measured (electronically) between sending the pulse and hearing the retured echo. Knowing the speed at which sound travels through water, it can be calculated how far the returned echo has travelled and hence distance of the object.

3,725,647.941 miles.

525m

If you you travel 3 miles, you would get 3 miles far.

410.3 feet.

Approx 26 kilometres.

880 feet.

in about three miles

about 137 meters

30 feet.

186.2824 miles.

You would travel 820.21 feet.