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Old 06-02-2010, 12:47 PM   #1
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Old 06-02-2010, 02:33 PM   #2
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Default Re: Somebody explain how you calculate Mach Speeds.

If you're Mach Two then you move at like 700 Meters Per Second, just check the thread where you said Chouji was Mach 100. By the way, I lol'd.
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:47 PM   #3
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Default Re: Somebody explain how you calculate Mach Speeds.

Mach 1 is the speed of sound, non? It therefore stands to reason that Mach 2 is twice the speed of sound. And Mach 3 three times. And so on and so forth.

Then you do something crazy like type "speed of sound" into google and voila.


speed of sound at sea level = 340.29 m / s

If you've got a calculator handy, and/or are capable of counting higher than three you multiply that number by the Mach you want.

It's not rocket science.
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Old 06-02-2010, 05:57 PM   #4
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Mach 1 is the speed of sound, non? It therefore stands to reason that Mach 2 is twice the speed of sound. And Mach 3 three times. And so on and so forth.

Then you do something crazy like type "speed of sound" into google and voila.


speed of sound at sea level = 340.29 m / s

If you've got a calculator handy, and/or are capable of counting higher than three you multiply that number by the Mach you want.

It's not rocket science.
your wrong it doesnt work like that.
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Old 06-02-2010, 06:00 PM   #5
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your wrong it doesnt work like that.
actually it does work like that. Mach 3 does equal 3 times the speed of sound.
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your wrong it doesnt work like that.
Mach 3

mach 3 = 1020.87 m / s

1020.87 / 3

Hurray for incredibly basic math that a third grader could work out.

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Mach 1 = 710 mph
Mach 2 = 1522 mph

thats over half
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Mach 1
mach 1 = 761.20705 miles per hour

Mach 2

mach 2 = 1522.4141 miles per hour

Attempts to claim otherwise will get you reported for trolling.

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mach 1 = 761.20705 miles per hour

Mach 2

mach 2 = 1522.4141 miles per hour

Attempts to claim otherwise will get you reported for trolling.
the speed of sound depends on air, tem & height. Learn more before tring to give a set number.

there is no set numbers for the speed of sound.
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In other words, you're mad because I proved you were wrong and are trying to weasle out of it because you don't want to admit that I'm right.
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Mach 3

mach 3 = 1020.87 m / s

1020.87 / 3

Hurray for incredibly basic math that a third grader could work out.

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Do you have to publically state when you neg someone and when you would like to but can't? It's like me standing in a room saying loudly "I THINK THAT (So-and-so) IS AN @$$!" And he's standing right on the other side of the room.
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Yes, yes I do.
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Yes, yes I do.
I facepalm you.

Oh, you didn't counter his point, which would ordinarily mean you lose. Because not countering the points he specifically brought up would imply that you have no counter, and knowing you, you have a counter, yet simply refuse to post it.
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I don't need to counter his point because he doesn't have one. All he's doing is saying "Oh well I could be right if we changed parts of the discussion to fit my needs."
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the speed of sound depends on air, tem & height. Learn more before tring to give a set number.

there is no set numbers for the speed of sound.
Are you telling him to try and learn how to give a set number just to say there are no set numbers right afterward?

Also, I'm pretty sure Google Calculator isn't exactly a dumbass.
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http://naruto.viz.com/forum/showthre...highlight=mach
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Default Re: Somebody explain how you calculate Mach Speeds.

Mach Speeds work in the sense that Mach 1=Sonic Speed, aka the speed of sound. Anything higher than mach 1 is considered supersonic, and as Dudemeister said, you simply multiply the speed of sound by the increased number of levels within the Mach measurement system.

As for the speed of sound, it actually IS established as approximately 340.29 m / s at SEA LEVEL. This, accompanied by the universally accepted values for what is considered average temperature, pressure, and acceleration, leads to the accepted formula for the speed of sound equaling the aforementioned speed. Of course, modifications have to be made according to real life scenarios and knowledge about the subjects and their environment, but since manga don't really give out the air pressure at the time when Naruto is trying make out with his Sasuke poster, it's generally accepted that the normal values for the above variables stays the same.
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Mach Speeds work in the sense that Mach 1=Sonic Speed, aka the speed of sound. Anything higher than mach 1 is considered supersonic, and as Dudemeister said, you simply multiply the speed of sound by the increased number of levels within the Mach measurement system.

As for the speed of sound, it actually IS established as approximately 340.29 m / s at SEA LEVEL. This, accompanied by the universally accepted values for what is considered average temperature, pressure, and acceleration, leads to the accepted formula for the speed of sound equaling the aforementioned speed. Of course, modifications have to be made according to real life scenarios and knowledge about the subjects and their environment, but since manga don't really give out the air pressure at the time when Naruto is trying make out with his Sasuke poster, it's generally accepted that the normal values for the above variables stays the same.
As normal, Sage gives us his argument using academic vocabulary more advanced then the normal example displayed on this forum,

and we all agree with him because it sounds smart.
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