I'm old and I'm too lazy to go back and figure this out. I need help with a times-rate-distance calculation. If a baseball pitched from a distance of 60' travels at a 70mph rate of speed how long will it take the ball to cover that distance expressed in seconds? Hoosier.

1 mile = 5280 ft 60 ft/5280= .0113636 miles .0113636 miles/70 mph = 1.62337 x 10^-4 (1.62337*10^-4)*60*60= .5844155 seconds

I did the problem entirely differently and got an answer expressed in furlongs per fortnight, so maybe you'd better go with Mal's answer.