Physics
posted by Viola
Hello,
I need an example of something that travels 7 m/sec or 10 m/sec.
Any ideas?

Damon
7 m/s * 3600 s/hr /1000 m/km = 25.2 km/hr
which is about 15 miles/hour
10m/s = 36 km/hr
which is about 22 miles/hour
If you are really, really fast you might run 100 meters in around 10 seconds :)
I am sure you can think of something :)
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