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It's a simple problem in dimensional analysis. There's 5280 feet in a mile and 3600 seconds in an hour.

(88 ft / sec) * (1 mi / 5280 ft) * (3600 sec / hr) = (60 mi / hr)

Or you can use the calculator's unit conversion facilities.

8 8 2nd [CONV] then select "SPEED" then "ft/s" then "mi/hr".

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