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If an object travels at five feet per second, how many feet does it

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New post 24 May 2016, 14:49
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Speed = 5 feet per second.

1 Hour= 60X60 Seconds = 3600 Seconds.

Total no of feet traveled in 1 hour = 3600X5 = 1800X10 = 180000
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Total feet traveled in 1 hour = 5 * number of seconds in 1 hour = 5 * 60 * 60 = 5 * 3600 = 18,000.
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New post 24 Jul 2016, 04:07
object travels 5 feet in 1 seconds
so speed = 5 ft/second
there are 60 * 60 = 3600 seconds in a hour
so time = 3600 seconds
according to formula distance = speed * time
so object will travel 5 * 3600 = 18000 feet in a hour
so distance = 18000 feet
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New post 24 Jul 2016, 05:17
5ft per second
per min = 5*60 = 300ft
per hour = 5*60*60 = 18000ft
per day = 5*60*60*24
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