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Use dimensional analysis to change:

60 miles per hour to miles per minute

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Use the conversion factor: 1 hour60 minutes\dfrac{1\text{ hour}}{60\text{ minutes}}

60 mileshour×1 hour60 minutes=1 mile per minute\dfrac{60\text{ miles}}{\text{hour}}\times\dfrac{1\text{ hour}}{60\text{ minutes}}=\color{#c34632}1\text{ mile per minute}

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