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# How many seconds to travel 60 feet at 100 mph?

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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 per second do you have to be traveling to be going 60 mph?

Answer . You thought fractions would never be good for anything! Forget the numbers and concentrate on the units: 60 miles -------- 1 hour What would you multi

# 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 car travel when it is moving 60 mph?

5280 feet in a mile-. So, 5280 X 60 (mph)= 316,800 total feet. 316,800 divided by 60 (minutes in an hour) = 5280 feet. 5280 divided by 60 (seconds in a minute) = 88 feet.

# 100 mph is how many feet per second?

100 mph = 146.6 feet per second.

# How many feet per second at 100 MPH?

146.6 feet per second.

# 100 mph how many feet per second?

146.67 feet per second.

# How many feet per second are traveled at 60 mph?

88 feet per second.

# How many feet per second at 60 mph?

88 feet per second.

# What is the mph when traveling 500 feet in 60 seconds?

1 mile = 5280 feet, 1 hour = 60 minutes.. So 500 feet in 60 seconds = 500 ft / 1 minute. = 500*60 feet in 1 hour ie 30,000 feet per hour. = 30,000 / 5280 mph = 5.681818 mph

316, 800 ft/hr

# How many seconds to travel 45 feet at 60 mph?

60 mph = 88 fps 45/88 = 0.51136 second (rounded)

# How many seconds does it take to travel 60 feet at 95 mph?

It takes 0.4306 seconds to travel 60 feet at 95 mph.

# How many feet are traveled in a car going from 0-60 mph in 6.8 seconds Starting from rest and assuming the rate of acceleration is constant?

s = v(o)t + 0.5 at 2 ... a = (v(f) - v(o)) /t .... v(o) = 0 . v(f) = 60 miles/hr x 3600 s / 5280 ft = 450/11 ft/sec . a = (450/11)/6.8 = 6.016 ft/sec 2 . s = 0

# How many feet can an object cover in 60 seconds traveling 40 mph?

The object can cover 3,520 feet at that pace.

# How many feet per minute do you travel at 100 mph?

8,800 feet per minute at 100mph

# How many feet per second do I travel if I am going 60 mph?

1 Mile and Hour = 1.46667 Feet per Second Thus 60 Miles and Hour = 88.0002 Feet per Second