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Coughing is an action the body takes to get rid of substances irritating the air passages, and a cough is usually started to clear a buildup of phlegm (mucus) in the trachea. When a person coughs, air may move through this passage at up to 300 MPH. Source: http://www.nativeremedies.com/ailment/persistent-coughing-info.html
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How many feet traveled at 30 mph?

At 30 mph, an object is moving at about 44 feet every second.

How many feet per second are you traveling at 30 mph?

To convert mph to feet per second, always multiply mph by 22/15. As an extension, to convert mph to feet per minute, always multiply mph by 88. To answer your question, (30) x

How many seconds to travel 60 feet at 100 mph?

At 100 mph, an object is traveling about 146.67 feet every second. Therefore, to travel 60 feet at 100 mph would require about 0.41 seconds.
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How many feet does a car travel at 50 mph?

That depends upon for how long it is moving: Every day it will travel 50 miles/hr x 5280 ft/mile x 24 hr/day = 6336000 ft/day Every hour it will travel 6336000 ft/day ÷ 2
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How many seconds is it to stop traveling 45 mph?

That depends on the deceleration applied, in which case time = 2x45 mph/a = 90/a with a (the deceleration) measured in miles per hour per hour to give the time in hours.