# How to convert meters to seconds?

I need answers fast, it's extra credit for my AP physics

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- Anonymous8 months ago
Ideally the best way to answer an absurd question is to answer that question in a way that makes it sensible. That way your teacher will feel less inane tonight. light travels 3*10^8 meters per second. Thus do the math..how far does light travel in one second?

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- FLv 68 months ago
If you can show how to convert length into time, you'll win the Nobel prize.

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- goringLv 68 months agoReport
This equation is based on Einstein view how an observer sees motion and time at a distance

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- oldschoolLv 78 months ago
Length, mass, time or MKS. More recently S.I. for the currently agreed upon system of units described in the source. This is a short read you must understand.

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- 8 months ago
meters per second is velocity. What are you trying to convert it to?

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- Anonymous8 months ago
Your parents must be so proud of you.

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- nyphdinmdLv 78 months ago
One way is to use the speed of light as "normalizing" constant then 1 m/c = 3.33x10^-9 seconds

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- Aster RhoidsLv 78 months ago
You're not in AP Physics. Troll smarter, not harder.

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oof gotem

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- megalomaniacLv 78 months ago
You can't convert meters to seconds. Meters are a measure of distance and seconds are a measure of time (they measure different things). Meters PER second is a whole different ball game. Or we could talk four dimensional "spacetime" but that could be beyond your grasp (and possibly mine too).

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Without understanding the concept, the equation is meaningless (except perhaps as a work of art).

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