You are averaging 12 miles per hour.
A marathon runner certainly can; that is 1 mile in 7.5 minutes. That is a bit fast for the average person, however, to keep up that pace for 12 miles
2400 m per 12 minutes
Your average speed must be at least five (5) miles per hour.
Take the distance in miles (1.5) and divide by the time in hours. Since 12 minutes is .2 hours, you would divide 1.5 by .2 to get 7.5 mph.
No one can run 8 miles in 12 minutes.The top speed for a human for short distances is 25 miles per hour.8 miles in 12 minutes is 40 miles per hour.
To run one mile in five minutes, you would have to run at an average speed of 60/5 = 12 miles per hour.
1.5 miles/12 minutes = 7.5 miles/hour
Squirrels usually run at about 12 to 14 miles per hour, but have been recorded running as fast as 20 miles per hour.
1.5 miles in 12 minutes = 7.5 miles/hour = 12.07kilometers/hour, or more
11/2 miles in 15 minutes = 6 mph
20.6 miles per hour.
10 miles per hour. there are 5 twelve-minutes in an hour, so if you want to run 2 miles in 12 minutes, multiply the 2 miles by the 5 and you get 10mph
542 miles in 12 hours and 37 minutes equates to an average speed of 42.96 miles per hour.
2.2 miles divided by 12 x 60 minutes per hour = 11 miles per hour
12 miles per hour'
600 miles / hour
It takes 12 minutes to run a mile at 5 miles an hour.
12 miles per hour
Think about it this way: To go 1.5 miles in 12 minutes, how fast do you need to do each mile? To answer that, divide 12 by 1.5. That would give you 8 minutes per mile. An hour has 60 minutes, so to get the miles per hour you'd have to ask "How many 8 minute miles are there in an hour?" Divide 60 by 8 and you get 7.5 miles per hour. 7.5mph would get you 1.5 miles in 12 minutes. So to get 1.5 miles in UNDER 12 minutes you'd need to go at least a touch faster than 7.5mph. or, as 1 hour = 60 mins We can do it in this way , it take 12 mins to go 1.5 miles then, for 1 min = 1.5/12 for , 60 mins = 1.5*60/12 = 7.5 miles / hr answer : at least 7.5 miles/hour