What is the reciprocal of 25 feet per second?
The reciprocal is that number which when multipled by the original value is equal to 1. Therefor, the reciprocal of 25 ft. / sec. is 1 sec. / 25 ft.
no, 0.25 (or 1/4), is the reciprocal of 4.
the reciprocal of 25 is 1/25
no, 0.25 (or 1/4), is the reciprocal of 4.
the reciprocal of 25 is 1/25
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ANSWER: \n. \n1 meter is equal to 3.2808399 feet.\nTherefore 328.08399 feet would take 13.12336 seconds to travel at 25 feet per second.
1 mile = 5280 feet 1 hour = 3600 seconds so 1 mph = 5280 ft/3600 seconds = 1.466... fps
You should memorize 60 mph = 88 feet per sec. Then (25 mph)/(60 mph)*(88 feet/sec) = 36.6666.... feet per second
Equates to approximately 681.82 miles per hour.\nSupporting math -\nThere are 60 seconds in every minute (multiply 1000 X 60 = 60,000)\nThere are 60 minutes in every hour (multiply 60,000 X 60 = 3,600,000)\nThere are 5280 feet in every mile (divide 3,600,000 / 5280 = 681.8181818181) 1,000 feet per s…econd is 681.82 miles per hour. (MORE)
1 mile = 5280 ft, 1 hour = 3600 secs. So 1 mph = 5280/3600 = 1.47 ft/sec. For a ratio you can easily remember, 60 mph = 88 ft/sec
The reciprocal of one number is another number which when both are multiplied, give a product of 1. In the case of a whole number, the reciprocal is 1 divided by that number.... so the reciprocal of 25 is 1 / 25 or 0.04
Easy! Divide by 200. So 1000 feet per minute = 5 metres per second (roughly). It also equals 10 knots incidentally.
The formula for volume of a sphere is 3/4*pi*r^3, the formula for your radius with respect to time is 6ft/s, thus we have the formula for volume of the sphere over time as (108/4)*pi*t^3 where t is in seconds and 108/4=27 cu ft. Thus V=27*3.14159*(0.25)^3=1.325 cubic feet.
Notice: The speed of sound changes with temperature and a little bit with humidity â but not with air pressure (atmospheric pressure). The words "sound pressure at sea level" are incorrect and misleading. The temperature indication, however, is absolutely necessary.. The speed of sound a…t 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) is 343 meters per second. That is 1126.547 feet per second. (MORE)
That is a measure of acceleration, so if you know the velocity and divide it by the time, it should give you the correct units,
Equates to approximately 681.82 miles per hour.. Supporting math -. There are 60 seconds in every minute (multiply 1000 X 60 = 60,000). There are 60 minutes in every hour (multiply 60,000 X 60 = 3,600,000). There are 5280 feet in every mile (divide 3,600,000 / 5280 = 681.8181818181). Does that …answer your question?? (MORE)
60 (feet per second) . 65.8368 kph . 60 (feet per second) = 40.9090909 mph ==
The average speed of gravity on the surface of the Earth is 32.1740 ft/s 2 (9.80665 m/s 2 )
Notice: The speed of sound changes with temperature and a little bit with humidity â but not with air pressure (atmospheric pressure). The words "sound pressure at sea level" are incorrect and misleading. The temperature indication, however, is absolutely necessary.. The speed of sound… in air at 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) is 343 metres per second. That is 1126.547 feet per second. (MORE)
Approximately 680 FPS for the Daisy model 880 made for Sears under the JC Higgins brand name.
Take 32 ft/sÂ² and break it down into (32 ft/s)/s It means that every second, the speed of something is increasing by 32ft/s
'F' (feet / minute) x (1 minute / 60 seconds) = (F / 60) (feet - minute / minute - second) = F/60 ft/sec. -- Take the number of feet per minute.. -- Divide it by 60.. -- The answer is the number of feet per second.
1 hour = 3,600 seconds. 1 mile = 5,280 feet. 25 miles = (25 x 5,280) ft. (25 miles) / (1 hour) = (25 x 5,280 ft) / (3,600 sec) = (132,000) / (3,600) = 36 and 2/3 ft/sec
There are 0.3048 metres in one foot. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 9.81 metres per second is equal to 9.81/0.3048 = 32.19 feet per second.
1 mile per hour = 22/15 = 1.4666... feet per second (rounded, repeating) The following are exact numbers: -- 15 miles per hour = 22 feet per second -- 30 miles per hour = 44 feet per second -- 60 miles per hour = 88 feet per second -- 90 miles per hour = 132 feet per second -- …120 miles per hour = 176 feet per second (MORE)
32 feet per second per second is an example of an acceleration. the acceleration of gravity on earth at sea level is 32.2 feet per sec per sec
27,404 feet per second = 18,684.5 mph Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis . 27,404 ft/s . . 3600 ft/hr 1 ft/s . . 1 mi/hr 5280 ft/hr . = . 18,684.54545 mi/hr.
Multiply (meters/sec) by 3.28084 to get (feet/sec). (rounded) If you don't need it that close, multiply by 3.28 .
Considering the gallon is a unit of volume (3-D) and square feet it a unit of surface area (2-D), the two are not comparable in this way. Gallons per minute is a rate of flow. Square feet per second is a rate of speed. You may be referring to gpm /square feet - in other words, the amount of liqui…d being applied to a specific unit of surface area. Example: You are flowing 1000 gpm and you want to know the density of that liquid given an area, say a 100' tank. The surface area of the tank = pi * (50)^2 = 7853 square feet. The density of that liquid = rate of flow / surface area = 1000 gpm/ 7853 sq.ft. = 0.12734 gpm/sq.ft. (MORE)
(125 ft/sec) x (1 mi / 5280 ft) x (3600 sec / 1 hr) = (125 x 3600 / 5280) ( ft - mi - sec / sec - ft - hr ) = 85.227 mph (rounded)
cubic meters per second (m 3 /s) x 2,119 = cubic feet per minute (ft 3 /min)
A tiger can run about 28 mph for short distances. This equates to 41.0667 feet per second.
80 ft\sec *60=4800ft\min*60=288,000ft\hour and when divided by 5280 feet\mile that equals 54.55 miles per hour
1 mile = 5280 ft 1 hour = 3600 seconds 105 miles/hour = (105 x 5280 ft) / (1 x 3600 seconds) = 154 ft/s .
That would be referred to as a "speed". It can also be described as "45 miles per hour", to which it is identically equivalent.
There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 50 miles per hour is equal to 50 x 5280 = 264000 feet per hour. There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, 264000 feet per hour is equal to 264000/3600 = 73.3 recurring (that is, 73.3333...) feet per second.
.410 bore cartridges are made in the U.S. of A in three lengths : 2.5", 2.75 and 3". 3" loadings, typically, generate higher velocities. Velocities (for either size cartridge) of the projectiles will vary with powder loadings. For "shot" shells, which contain small pellets (#8 and #4 are the most co…mmonly found), velocities will range from approximately 1100 feet per second (fps) to close to 1400 fps. For "buck shot" loads (3 or 4 x 000 buck or 8 or 9 x #4 buck, are most common) velocities will range from approx. 1050 fps to 1400 fps. For "slug" loads, which contain a single pellet (usually 87 or 88 grains = approx. 1/5 oz) typical velocities range from 1400 fps to 1800 fps. All these velocities are developed from a standard, smooth bore barrel of around 26". (MORE)
1 year = 31,557,600 seconds convert x feet per year to y meters per year y/31,557,600 is the answer.
It's a speed that's precisely equal to 18 feet per second. In a somewhat more familiar unit, it's 12.273 miles per hour. (rounded)
Let 'F' = speed in fps. ( 'F' ft/sec) x (10 -3 sec/millisec) x (10 9 nanometer/meter) / (3.28084 ft/meter) = 3.048 F x 10 5 nanometer/milllisec (rounded)
lets convert is into something that is understandable like miles per hour... 3100 ft/sec * (1mile/5280ft) = 0.587121212 miles/sec 0.587121212miles/sec * (60sec/1minutes) * (60minutes/1hour) = 2113.636363mph Therefore 3100ft/sec if extremely fast. It is around 2114miles per hour. This is around 3 …to 4 times faster than an airplane and around 7 times faster than any vehicles created. (MORE)
formula for speed is metres per second so 1 metre is 3.25 feet so to covert metres per second to feet per second, multiply the metres value by 3.25.
There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 74 miles per hour is equal to 74 x 5280 = 390720 feet per hour. There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, 390720 feet per hour is equal ot 390720/3600 = 108.53 recurring (that is, 108.53333...) feet per second.
take the inches and divide them by 12 then take the seconds and divide them by 60 then you will have sucessfully converted inches per second to feet per minute. 120inces =10 ft 180 sec= 3 min therefore you r object is traveling at 3.3333 ft. per sec.
That speed is equal to exactly 21 feet per second. In units with which you may be more familiar, it's 14.318 miles per hour. (rounded)
Pretty close to 10.91 miles per hour. -- finish a marathon in 2 hours 24 minutes 12.2 seconds (very impressive) -- run a mile in 5 minutes 30 seconds (not too shabby) -- 100 yard dash in 18.75 seconds (loafing) -- cover a straight-line route to the moon in about 909 days (ridiculo…us) (MORE)
= 46.875 mph or 46.88 if you want to retain the 4 digits of resolution (significant figures) (I just copied " 68.75 feet per second in mph ", pasted it into my browser and it shows up directly!) (Well done! But where would you be without your browser ? Does anyone know how to calculate thi…s anymore ?) (MORE)
First convert gallons to a volumetric unit like cubic ft (ft^3) 7.48 gal per ft^3 Then divide the ft^3 quantity by the cross sectional area of the pipe (converted into square feet ft^2) This will leave you with linear units of feet. This number of feet must travel past a point in the pipe i…n one minute to deliver a gallon. You can then do the time conversion to obtain ft/sec from ft/min. Consider a cylinder with a diameter equal to the pipe inside diameter. How tall would that cylinder have to be in order to hold a gallon of water. Its the same type of problem only with the added twist that the water is flowing past a point in a given amount of time.. (MORE)
It's the speed of exactly 176 feet per second. Converted into other units of speed, it's also equal to -- 193.12 kilometers per hour (rounded) -- 126,720 inches per minute -- 322,560 furlongs per fortnight -- 4,634.91 kilometers per day (rounded) -- 0.315224 smoot per centisecond (…rounded) -- 120 miles per hour -- 0.00017894 light-year per milennium (rounded) etc. (MORE)
If you go 135 feet in a second, you travel 135*60 feet in a minute: and you would travel 135*60*60 feet in an hour. 5280 feet is a mile, so you would travel (135*60*60)/5280 miles per hour (135*60*60)/5280 = 92 mph (rounded)
Use the units to help figure this out. There are 5280 feet per mile = 5280 ft / 1 mile There are 3600 seconds in an hour = 3600 sec / 1 hour 80 Miles / 1 hour = 422400 ft / 1 hour = 422400 ft / 3600 Sec = 117.3333 ft / sec
this is different for everyone. measure how far you walk in 100 seconds (1 minute 40 seconds) divide that distance by 100. (456ft= 4.56ft/s) (Average walking speed is 3.7 ft/s)
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To calculate the reciprocal of any number, divide 1 (the number one) by that number.
1 knot = 1 nautical mile per hour. Technically 1 nautical mile was the distance subtended by 1 minute of arc along a line of longitude which means at different latitudes it has different lengths (as the earth is geoid in shape - a squashed sphere). However it has been internationally agreed to be… set at 1,852 m exactly or approx 6,076 feet To convert nmi/hr to ft/second, convert to feet/hour by multiplying by 6076 and then divide by 3600 as there are 3600 seconds in each hour: ie multiply the knots by 1.68781 to get approx ft/s (MORE)