How many feet/second in 1 centimeter/minute?
The answer is 0.00054680664916885.
We assume you are converting between foot/second and centimetre/minute.
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The SI derived unit for speed is the meter/second.
1 meter/second is equal to 3.2808398950131 feet/second, or 6000 centimeter/minute.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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1 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 1828.8 centimeter/minute
2 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 3657.6 centimeter/minute
3 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 5486.4 centimeter/minute
4 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 7315.2 centimeter/minute
5 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 9144 centimeter/minute
6 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 10972.8 centimeter/minute
7 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 12801.6 centimeter/minute
8 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 14630.4 centimeter/minute
9 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 16459.2 centimeter/minute
10 feet/second to centimeter/minute = 18288 centimeter/minute
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Feet per second is a unit of speed; it expressses the number of feet (ft) traveled in one second (s, or sec). Abbreviations include ft/s, ft/sec and fps. The equivalent SI unit is the metre per second.
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