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Cheetah speed

A Cheetah runs @ 96KM per hour,how many metres can it cover in 15secs? @ the same speed?
Question asked by: karacorey

Asked on: 02 Mar 2010

96km/h so how far in 15 seconds?

Well we just need to do some conversions to answer this. 96km in an hour means that it a minute it covers a 60th of that: 1.6km.

Therefore in 15 seconds it covers a quarter of that: 0.4km, or that is 400m.

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Replied at: 04 Mar 2010
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