That depends on vehicle speed. At 60 mph a vehicle covers 88 feet in one second. It also depends on the length of the car, but assuming the average car is 15 feet in length, it takes less than 2 tenths of a second to travel one "car length" at 60 mph. So in one second, the average car covers almost 6 car lengths! Double the speed - 120 mph - and that same car covers 176 feet in one second; more than half the length of a football field.
One second is equal to five horse lengths, so 5 seconds would be equal to 25 horse lengths. Secretariat actually won his Belmont Stakes by 6 and one fifth seconds!!
Anytime you have a number divided into "TENTHS" the answer is 10!
Each each length is 25 meters, then 0.8 miles equates to 51.5 lengths.
i think its 10
ten of them
1 second equates to 0.0003 hours.
451 liters equates to 4,765.7 1/10-quart measures.
50/100 .....divide both the numerator and the denominator by 10 50/100 = 5/10 .... Fifty hundredths equals five tenths.
750mph equates to 335.28 meters per second.
36000 thenths of a second in one hour.
1knot equates to 0.514 meter per second.