# How many feet in one second of longitude?

# One second is how many feet?

The 'second' referred to is in reference to Degrees Minutes &Seconds Such As: N 11Â°22'33" E (example) Where the 33" is the "Seconds". However in the case listed above, th…e Degrees, minutes, and Secondsrefers to a direction and not a location. The appropriate answer tothe question refers to Latitude and Longitude, where you willexpress the degrees, minutes, and seconds as a location rather thana direction and will appear similar to this: 11Â°22'33" N, 11Â°22'33" W (example) Answer in this scenario: A degree covers about 69 miles. Divide that by minutes and findthat there is about 1.15 miles in a minute. Divide that by 60 andyou will find that there is about .019 miles in a second. Sincethere are 5280 feet in a mile, multiply .019 by 5280 to get about101.20 feet in a second. There are APPROXIMATLEY 101.20 FEET between two seconds. Credit: Kristifier Paxton, GISP City of Van Buren, AR 479-353-3840

# If a Train travels 44 feet in one second how many miles in one hour?

There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, assuming a constant rate of 44 feet per second, the train will travel 44 x 3600 = 158400 feet in one hour. There are 5280 fee…t in one mile. Therefore, 158400 feet per hour is equal to 158400/5280 = 30 miles per hour.

# How many feet in a degree of longitude?

Knowing longitude and latitude are important for anyone who isreading a map or navigating a ship. There are 366,666 feet in onedegree of longitude.

# How many feet do you travel in one second at 40 mph?

At 40 mph you are traveling about 58.667 feet every second.

# How many geographical degrees minutes and seconds longitude does the suns shadow travel in one minute or one second?

The Sun does not have a shadow, objects have shadows cast by the Sun. During a solar eclipse the shadow of the moon travels at varying speeds during different portions of the …eclipse (at the beginning and end when the shadow of the moon just has touched the Earth or is about to drop off into space the shadow moves much faster than in the middle near maximum eclipse). The 'Terminator' (the line dividing the illuminated part of the Earth from the part in shadow) travels at 0,25Â° per minute across the globe.

# How many feet in one second at 50 mph?

50 mph = 73.3 feet per second.

# How many feet are in a second of longitude?

About 101.1-ft at the equator, decreasing (as thecosine of the latitude) toward the poles. , Additional Information: At the equator . . . One arc second = 1/60/60 degree = …~30 meter length = ~100 feet., One arc minute = 1/60 degree = ~1855 meters ~ one nautical mile ~6087 feet.

# How many feet per second is one hour?

1 ft/s = 3600 ft/hr. 60 s = 1 min 60 min = 1 hr 3600 s = 1 hr

# How many feet are in 1 second of latitude at 43 degrees of longitude?

1 degree of latitude corresponds to about 69.06 miles on the surface, and it doesn't depend on the longitude. Using that figure, 1 second would be 101.3 feet. In the field… survey for microwave links, we call it 100-ft.

# How many feet are in one degree of latitude at 43 degrees longitude?

Every degree of latitude is the same size, regardless of its longitude. That size is about 69.11 miles, or 364,900 feet.

# How many seconds of longitude are in one degree?

1 degree = 3,600 seconds

# How many feet per second is one mph?

1 mph is 1.47 fps

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# How many feet traveled in one second doing 60kph?

60 kilometers (km) per hour is equal to about 54.7 feet per second.

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# How many seconds longitude are in one degree?

One degree of angle is equal to 3,600 seconds of angle.

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# How many cubic feet per second is one cubic meters per second?

1 cubic metre = 35.315 cu feet so 1 m 3 s -1 = 35.315 ft 3 s -1

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# How many second are in a longitude?

That's like asking "How many inches are in a length ?". Longitude is an angle on the Earth's surface, so it's only fittingand proper that it should be described in angle unit…s. If the angle units aredegrees, then each degree can be cut into 60 minutes, and each minute can be cut into60 seconds. So 1 degree = 3,600 seconds.

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# One degree of longitude equals how many seconds?

One degree = 60 arc minutes = 3600 arc seconds. 1 arc second = 1/60 arc minutes = 1/3600 degrees