## Convert millimetre/millisecond to yard/hour

 millimeters per millisecond yard/hour

How many millimeters per millisecond in 1 yard/hour? The answer is 0.000254.
We assume you are converting between millimetre/millisecond and yard/hour.
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The SI derived unit for speed is the meter/second.
1 meter/second is equal to 1 millimeters per millisecond, or 3937.0078740157 yard/hour.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## Quick conversion chart of millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour

1 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 3937.00787 yard/hour

2 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 7874.01575 yard/hour

3 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 11811.02362 yard/hour

4 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 15748.0315 yard/hour

5 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 19685.03937 yard/hour

6 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 23622.04724 yard/hour

7 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 27559.05512 yard/hour

8 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 31496.06299 yard/hour

9 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 35433.07087 yard/hour

10 millimeters per millisecond to yard/hour = 39370.07874 yard/hour

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