Most likely no considering a decent to fairly good mile split for a 16 year old girl would be around 6:00 minutes per mile which would equal only 5 miles in a 30 minute time window. For anyone to finish a 9.5 mile in 30 minutes they would have to be averaging faster than 3:30 for each mile. This is almost impossible considering the woman's world record for the mile is 4:12.56.
You would have to keep an average pace of about 12mph (that is, miles per hour) to finish the mile in 5 minutes
It will take him 7 hours 30 minutes.
About 7 minutes and 30 seconds.
There are 5,280 feet in one mile. As such, 1,000 feet is the equivalent of .19 mile, or 1/5 mile. It would take less than 5 minutes to walk 1,000 feet.
17.6 feet/second*60 seconds/minute*60 minutes/hour=63360 feet per hour there are 5280 feet in a mile 63360 feet/hour*mile/5280 feet=12 miles per hour 90 miles/12 miles per hour=7.5 hours
1 mile = 5280 feet5280 feet / 8 minutes = 660 ft/min.
Divide 1.5 miles by 45 minutes to get speed in miles per minute. Multiply by 5280 ft/mile to get feet per minute, then multiply by 60 minutes/hour to get to feet per hour. 1.5miles/45 minutes X 5280 feet/mile X 60 minutes/hour = 10,560 feet/hour
Anything that travels 1 mile (5,280 feet) in 2 minutes (120 seconds) is moving at 44 feet per second. 5280/120=44.
There are 5280 feet in one mile. Assuming a constant speed throughout the entire four minutes, they would run 5280/240 = 22 feet per second.
NO. 1 mile is 5280 feet. That would be almost 2 miles in 5 minutes! You would do really well if you could run 1 mile in that length of time.
3 minutes 59.4 seconds.