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One knot is one nautical mile per hour 1 knot is approximately 1.15 mph.
its ± 34.6 mph.
If the Titanic was traveling at 20.5 knots before hitting the ice burg how fast would the ship be going in mph?
20.5 Knots = 23.59097868448262 Miles per Hour Using this conversion tool. http://www.calculateme.com/Speed/Knots/ToMilesperHour.htm … There you go.
About 26 miles per hour.
30 knots is about 34.5 miles per hour.
At noon ship A is 20 nautical miles due west of ship B Ship A is sailing west at 15 knots and ship B is sailing north at 17 knots How fast is the distance between the ships changing at 3?
we dont know
While not as effective as the figure-eight knot in this application, the overhand knot is used as a 'stop-knot' at the free end of a line, to prevent its' slippage through the… eyes of pulleys, and to give the sailor 'one last chance' to catch the line before it pays out.
80 mph. Very few 'ships' can go that fast, just a few speedboats.
21 knots = 24.2 mph
A tiny submarine named the Alvin found it in 1987.
23.02 miles per hour. A knot is a unit of measure for 1 nautical mile per hour. 1 knot=1.151 MPH. Reference the link below:
Usual cruising speed was around 4 or 5 knots. Top speed was about 8. Remember that the speed varies according to the wind.
Reef Knot, Bowline and Granny knot are just three examples of some knots used in ships.