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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 trach…ea. 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
761 mph (miles per hour) (The muzzle velocity of a bullet varies widely depending on the caliber, type of bullet, type of cartridge, the powder charge, and the gun barrel. Muz…zle velocities range from large caliber pistols as slow as 245 m/s, to high-powered rifles as fast as 1200 m/s, to tank rounds as fast as 1800 m/s. More .22 Long Rifle rounds have been produced than any other round.) Small short barreled pistols have low velocities around 340 mph. Long barreled rifles have velocities of 3,400 MPH Experimental rail guns have shot bullets at 7,602 MPH
Max Speed = 121 mph
The bullet will travel to wherever the muzzle was pointed at the moment of disharge.
The orbital speed of the Earth is 66,622 mph - 107,218 km/h
It travels at 768mph. I hope this helped ;)
At ground level, about 700 mph.
The average gallop of a horse is 45 mph.
80.67 feet every second.
I'm assuming you're talking about the .303 Savage (there's also a .303 British). It varies by a number of factors, with one of the foremost being barrel length. Generally spea…king, you can expect a velocity of around 2,090 ft/s (bullet velocities are usually expressed in ft/s rather than mph), but the actual results could vary greatly, again dependent on a number of factors.
Possibly the .14-222, at 4,465 feet per second. It is a .222 necked-down to a .14 caliber and was created in 1985 by Helmut W. Sakschek.
if you are traveling for an hour it would be 5280 ft times 9 :)
It depends on how long you travel.