anonymous
  • anonymous
In 2004, during a semi-final match of the Davis Cup, tennis player Andy Rodwingspan served a ball at 155 miles per hour, the fastest serve ever recorded. What was the speed of the tennis ball, in feet per second, rounded to the nearest foot? heel pleasee(: THANKSS
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anonymous
  • anonymous
227.3333
anonymous
  • anonymous
If your speed or velocity is given in miles per hour (mph) and you want to translate it into kilometers per hour (km/h) type your mph value into edit box labeled 'miles per hour'. Convertion will start automatically as you type, translated value in km/h will be displayed in the edit box labeled 'Kilometers per hour'. On the other hand, km/h to mph conversion starts when you type value of km/h in the edit box labeled 'kilometers per hour'
anonymous
  • anonymous
150(5280)/60

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anonymous
  • anonymous
THANKS HELPS ALOT REALLY NEEDED IT(:

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