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23 January, 07:53

2.8x10^10cm/s to ft/s

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  1. 23 January, 09:36
    For this problem, we simply have to convert cm to ft. We use conversion factors. For every 1 m, there are 3.28 ft of length. In 1 meter of length, there is an equivalent length of 100 cm. Using the dimensional analysis approach, the solution is as follows:

    (2.8*10¹⁰ cm/s) (1 m/100 cm) (3.28 ft/1 m) = 9.184*10⁸ ft/s
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