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anonymous

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Convert 50 mi/h to feet per minute.

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  1. anonymous
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    Miles/Hour * Hours/Minute * Feet/Mile = Feet / Minute

  2. anonymous
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    That's called "dimensional analysis" - you multiply by conversion factors until everything cancels such that the original dimensions are gone and what you want remains

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    \[50 mi/h*5280ft/mi*(1/60)h/\min\] so the miles and hours cancel and you are left with feet per minute

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