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posted by glenn .
A person standing on Earth at 44 degrees 9 minutes North, how fast is he rotating around the Earth in mph?

(2*pi*R cos 44.15)/24 ,
where R is the radius of the earth, in miles.
It's about 750 mph. That is, coincidentally, very close to the speed of sound in warm air.
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