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32yd/min equal how many in/sec

  • pre algebra -

    Use dimensional analysis:

    32 yd/min * (3ft/1yd) * (12in/1ft) * (1 min/60sec) = ?

    Notice how the units all cancel out except for the in/sec.

  • pre algebra -

    32 yards = 32 * 36 = 1,152 inches

    1/60 * 1,152 = ___ inches per second.

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