3.5 seconds in the 30 yard dash equals 17.53 miles per hour.
He plays baseball they run the 30 yard dash, where he must be about a 3.9, which is equivalent to about a 4.4 in football.
That cannot be calculated accurately because your speed should actually vary throughout a 40 yard dash. More than likely though it would be in the range of 5.2-5.8.
The average time it takes an 18 year old boy to run the 30 yard dash is about 3.75 seconds according to psychologist Kathleen Stassen Berger. This figure is found on page 421 of her textbook The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence.
Mickey Mantle could run from 1st base to second base, 90 feet, in 3.1 seconds.
25 - 30 seconds, i run it in 23 and thats a little on the faster side. to put it in perspective the fastest time ever ran is 19.9 seconds.
8:30 AM Central Time is 9:30 AM Eastern Time.... :).
1 yard = 3 feet. To convert from feet to yards, divide by 3.
First, determine how big a 20 by 30 yard lot would be20 yards x 30 yards = 600 square yardsNext, convert from square yards to square feet1 square yard = 9 square feet600 x 9 = 5400 square feetThere are 5400 square feet in a 20 x 30 yard lot.
lets convert yard to feet first . relation between feet and yard is as given . 1 yard =3 feet. 20 yard =60 feet. 10 yard = 30 feet. Now,calculating area =60 X 30 sq.feet =1800 sq.feet
Take the number of feet and divide them by a ratio of 3 feet/1 yard. For example, 30 feet / (3 feet/1 yard) = 1 yard * 30 feet/3 feet = 1 yard * 10, since the units cancel, and 1 yard * 10 = 10 yards
around 30 seconds
3 feet to a yard. so you have (say) 10 yards. multiply by 3 = 30 feet
There are 90 feet in 30 yards. 30 yards x 3 feet/1 yard = 90 feet 1 yards = 3 feet
like 5.o seconds but i am 11 and i ran mine in 4.5
No - a light year is a unit of distance - not time so you can't convert.
the 30 yard line
About 30 to 34 seconds
30-minute jog. 1500-meter running race. timed 1-mile bike ride. 100-yard dash.