# miles per hour per second to galileo conversion

Conversion number between miles per hour per second [mph/s] and galileo [Gal] is 44.704. This means, that miles per hour per second is bigger unit than galileo.

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from galileo to miles per hour per second conversion

### Enter the number in miles per hour per second:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [mph/s]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in galileo

?
 precision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [info] Decimal: Exponential:

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 miles per hour per second = (exactly) (0.44704) / (0.01) = 44.704 galileo
• 1 galileo = (exactly) (0.01) / (0.44704) = 0.022369362920544 miles per hour per second
• ? miles per hour per second × (0.44704  ("m/s²"/"miles per hour per second")) / (0.01  ("m/s²"/"galileo")) = ? galileo

### High precision conversion

If conversion between miles per hour per second to metres-per-second-squared and metres-per-second-squared to galileo is exactly definied, high precision conversion from miles per hour per second to galileo is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

miles per hour per second
Result in galileo:
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### miles per hour per second to galileo conversion chart

 Start value: [miles per hour per second] Step size [miles per hour per second] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
miles per hour per secondgalileo
00
10447.04
20894.08
301341.12
401788.16
502235.2
602682.24
703129.28
803576.32
904023.36
1004470.4
1104917.44
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about miles per hour per second and galileo units:

Convert Miles per hour per second to other unit:

### miles per hour per second

Definition of miles per hour per second unit: ≡ 1 mi/(h·s). Acceleration equivalent to change of 1 mph velocity in 1 second.

Convert Galileo to other unit:

### galileo

Definition of galileo unit: ≡ 1 cm/s². Acceleration unit named after Galileo Galilei, value is exactly 1 cm/s²

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