yards per minute

yards per minute

(ypm) A unit of speed representing the number of yards traveled in one minute.
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These tests are composed of three drive characteristic variables (yards per play, yards per minute of possession and plays per minute of possession) as estimated by three seemingly unrelated regression formations and six drive outcome variables (touchdown, field goal attempt, failed fourth down conversion, interception, fumble and end-of-half all relative to punting) with probabilities estimated in three multinomial logit regression formations.
A Cabot B Cook C Columbus D Drake A 100 feet per second B 100 miles per hour C 100 yards per minute D 100 kilometres per hour A Crane fly B Horse fly C Lacewing D Warble fly QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: Who was the Republican nominee for the US presidency in the election of 2008?
A 100 feet per second B 100 miles per hour C 100 yards per minute D 100 kilometres per hour QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: What colour is the mineral pigment cinnabar?
6 yards per minute, and patients could cover an additional 42.
Two models are available, both offering users the choice of measurement in rev/min, rad/sec and metres, feet, or yards per minute or seconds.
The system detects a missing cord or improper cord spacing within three to four inches in the machine direction of when it occurs at 60 yards per minute.
In an April 1, 2000, club race, one of his birds set a new club record, flying at 1,497 yards per minute.
Winner of the first young bird race was Charlie Phillips as his top flyer came home well ahead of the 100-plus field in the Bath race with Bob Duncalf filling runners up spot while only three yards per minute separated the third home pigeon in of Roberts & Ridgeway from the seventh.
We multiplied each student's speed in yards per second by 60 seconds to come up with his or her speed in yards per minute.
It may be totally automated and run at production speeds of 700 yards per minute with a capacity of more than 10 times that of the early carried nonwoven lines.
Time and distance are combined to show the bird's speed in yards per minute, and the winner is declared.