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## Answers (1)

29.4 m/s * 60s/min * 60 min/hr * 1mile/1609m

What we did here was multiply by equivalent units.

Start with the first part.

29.4m/s * 60s/min

You'll see the (s) is in the denominator in one and the numerator in another. These cancel out leaving -

29.4*60 m/min

This process continues down the line until you are at the conversion you want - in this case mi/hr.