# Physics

Bob runs a marathon (26 miles) in 4 hrs. Note 1609 is 1 mile.
I found the average speed miles/hour which is equal to 6.5 mi/hr. I need to find meters/second?

So 1609m/mi * 6.5mi/hr * 1hr/3600sec = ??m/s
correct?

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