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anonymous

  • one year ago

Convert. 45 mi/h = _____ ft/s

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  1. anonymous
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    @emily_wilson

  2. anonymous
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    45 mph = 66 fps (feet per second)

  3. anonymous
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    |dw:1441315950227:dw|

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    do you get that?

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    divide not side in the picture*

  6. anonymous
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    yea so the answer is 66?

  7. anonymous
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    correct

  8. anonymous
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    OKAY

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH AGAIN @emily_wilson

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    srry i was on caps an didnt know

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    You're Welcome haha!!

  12. anonymous
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    =)

  13. mathstudent55
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    Emily is correct. Write each conversion factor as a fraction, making sure you cancel out the units you don't want leaving the units you want. \(\large 45 \dfrac{\cancel{mi}}{\cancel{h}} \times \dfrac{5280~ft}{\cancel{mi}} \times \dfrac{\cancel{h}}{60~\cancel{mn}} \times \dfrac{\cancel{mn}}{60~s} = 66\dfrac{ft}{s}\)

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    okay thnx

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