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1 m = 1.094 yd

100 m * (1.094 yd/m) = 109.4 yd

109.4 yd / 10.6 s = 10.3208 yd/s

100 yd / (10.3208 yd/s) = 9.6892 s

Q: If you run100meters in 10.6 seconds how fast would you run 100 yards?

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13 mph

1 miles = 5280/3 yards = 1760 yards. 50 yards / 1760 yards/mile ~= 0.02841 miles 7.2 seconds / 3600 seconds/hour ~= 0.002 hours 0.02841 miles / 0.001833 hours ~= 14.2 miles per hour In general divide 102.27 by your time in seconds to get mph.

The sprinter runs 22.5 miles per hour. The sprinter covers 110 yards in 10 seconds. That's 110 yards per 10 seconds. (It's also 11 yards per second.) We need to convert the 110 yards/10 seconds into miles per (one) hour, or miles/hour. So let's do it. Here are the conversion factors: 1 mile = 1760 yards 1 minute = 60 seconds 1 hour = 60 minutes (11 yd/sec)(60 sec/min)(60 min/hr)(mile/1760 yd) = 11 x 60 x 60 x 1/1760 = 22.5 miles/hour

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It is going about 9.3 yards per second; 40/4.3.

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