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A nautical mile (knot or kt) is approximately 115% of a statute mile. So if you're traveling at one kt, your speed in mph is 1.15. If you're going 10 kts, you're doing 11.5 mph, and if you're going 100 kts, you're doing 115 mph.

A nautical mile is 6076 feet and a statute mile is 5280 feet. Dividing 6076 by 5280 gives us 1.1507575 or...about 1.15, as stated in the above answer.

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20 knots is about 23.02 miles per hour (knots x 1.150779448 = mph).

10 Knots = 11.507794 MPH If 1 knot = 1.1507794 mph, then 10 X 1.1507794 = 11.507794

1 knot=1.15077945 miles per hour

1.151 miles per hour.

You can't convert a knots to miles: a knot is a unit of speed, not of length. One knot is exactly 1.852 km/hour, and approximately 1.151 miles/hour.

1 knot=1.15mph

1 Nautical Mile is 1.1508 statute miles, so 1 knot (nautical miles per hour) is 1.1508 MPH

A Knot is a speed of one nautical mile per hour. The conversion to MPH is 1.15077845 to 1. That is 1 knot is 1.15 mph.

1 knot = 1.15078 miles per hour.

1 knot = about 1.15 mph 1 nautical mile per hour (knot) = 1.15077945 mph.

A knot is not a measurement of distance, but of speed. One knot equals 1.15 miles per hour.

A knot is a measure of speed so a knot per hour is a measure of accelaration and cannot be equated to a speed.

You can't. Nautical miles are a unit of distance, miles per hour are a unit of speed. The derived unit of speed for nautical miles is the knot (1 knot = 1 nautical mile per hour) 1 nautical mile = 1.150779 miles, so 1 knot = 1.150779 mph

A knot is a speed. 1 knot equals 1 nautical mile an hour.

One knot is equal to 1.1.5078 miles her hour. 1 mile per hour is equal to 0.868976 knots. A knot dervives not from mph but latitude; it takes 1 minute of time to travel one minute of latitude.

1 knot = 1.15077945 mph

a nautical mile is a distance of 1.15 land miles a knot is a speed equal to nautical miles/hour

A Knot is equal to 1 Nautical Mile per hour. It is a measure of velocity not distance. A knot per hour would then be an acceleration 1 NM/hr/hr. Example: a ship moving at 12 knots accelerating at 1 knot/hour will be moving at 14 knots after two hours elapse.

A knot is a measure of speed, in this case wind speed. 1 knot is equal to about 1.15 miles per hour.

1 knot = 1 nautical mile per hour 1 nautical mile = 1.151 statute mile (rounded) So 1 knot = 1.151 mile per hour. (rounded)

1 knot ≈ 1.15077945 mph 1 mph ≈ 0.868976242 knot

22 knots=25.3171479 miles per hour

A nautical mile is a unit of distance and the knot is a unit of speed; 1 knot = 1 n.m./hour.

1.2 1.1508

In nautical terms ... sailing and flying ... a "knot" is a speed, not a distance.1 knot = 1 nautical mile per hour = 1.152 statute ("regular") miles per hour10 nautical miles = 11.515 statute ("regular") miles10 miles per hour = 8.684 knots