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If a strong west wind is blowing at 35 milers per hour, how fast is the wind moving:

in kilometers per second?

in meters per second?

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    35 miles = 56.327 Km

    Multiply that by 3600 seconds in an hour.

    For m, multiply the above product by 1000m in a Km.

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