How many metres per second (m/s) is 110 kilometres per hour (km/h)?

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Convert km/h to m/s: 110 / 3.6 = 31 m/s

3.6 is a fixed figure for converting km/h to m/s. If you struggle to divide by 3.6 right away, you can divide by 3 first, then by 4 and finally chose a value in between (the answer alternatives often provide a good margin). Example:

110 / 3 = 37

110 / 4 = 28

(37 + 28) / 2 = 33 m/s (i.e. very close to 30 m/s).

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