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# How many feet per second does a paintball travel?

# How many feet per second when traveling at 9 mph?

9 miles/hour * (5280 feet/mile) * (1 hr/3600 s) = 13.2 ft/s

# How many feet per second when traveling 90 mph?

132 feet per second at 90 mph.

# How many feet per second does a bullet have to travel to be supersonic?

The dry air speed of sound is about 1125 FPS, so anything over that is considered supersonic.

# How many feet per second traveling at 125 mph?

125 mph = 183.33 feet per second.

# How many feet per seconds does light travel?

Light travels 186,282.397 miles per second. That is 983,571,056 feet per second.

# How many feet per second are you traveling at 1 mph?

1.46 feet per second at 1 mph.

# How many feet per second do you have to travel to be going 65mph?

65 mph = 95.3 feet per second.

# If I am traveling at mach2 how many feet per second is thaT?

15.543x10-24 mph afterwards just figureouttheterminal lifeand divide by the azimuth

# If you traveling 60mph how many feet per second will you travel?

At 60 mph you are traveling at 88 feet per second.

# How many feet are traveled per second at 74 mph?

108.53 feet per second at 74 miles per hour.

# How many feet per second am I traveling at 180mph?

At 180mph you are traveling at 264 feet per second.

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# How many feet per second do you travel to be going 70mph?

70mph is 102.667 feet per second.

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# How many feet per second traveling at 180mph?

180 mi/hr (5280 ft/1 mi)(1 hr/3600 sec.) = 264 feet per second ------------------------------

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# How many feet per second when traveling 85 mph?

1 mile = 5280 feet 1 hour = 3600 seconds 85 mph = 85*5280/3600 fps = 124.666666.... feet per second.

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# How many feet per second traveling at 5 mph?

Yes

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# 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… (22/15) = 44 feet per second