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# How many feet per second do you have to be traveling to be going 55 mph?

55 mph equals 80.66 feet per second

# How many feet per second when traveling at 85 MPH?

85 Miles per Hour = 124.67 Feet per Second

# 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 traveling at 125 mph?

125 mph = 183.33 feet per second.

# At 55 mph how many feet per second does a car travel at 55 mph?

80 and 2/3 feet per second or 80'8" per second

# At 65 mph how many feet per second traveled?

at 60 mph your traveling 88 ft per second. at 65 you'd travel just over 88 feet per

# AT 10 mph HOW many feet are traveled in 10 seconds?

146.66 feet every 10 seconds at 10 mph.

# How many feet do you travel in one second at 40 mph?

At 40 mph you are traveling about 58.667 feet every second.

# If a truck traveled 200 feet in 15 seconds how many mph is the truck traveling?

200 ft in 15 seconds ~= 13.333 ft/s 13.333 ft/s * 3600 s/hr / 5280 mi/ft ~= 9.091 mph

# How many feet per second does a car travel at 10 MPH?

10 mph = 14.6 feet per second.

# At 55 mph how many feet will you travel?

80.67 feet every second.

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# How many feet per second do you have to be traveling to be going 10 mph?

10 miles/hour = 14.66667 feet /sec

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# How far will a car go in 10-12 seconds traveling 55 mph?

1 mile = 5280 feet 1 hour = 3600 seconds 1 mph = 1.4666 feet per second 55 mph = 80.666666 feet per second 10 seconds =>806.66 feet 12 seconds => 968 feet So, around 900 feet….

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

108.53 feet per second at 74 miles per hour.

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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