1 mile in 4 minutes = 15 miles per hour
Yes, you can. If the average speed for the first mile is 30 mph, and the average speed for the second mile is 90 mph, then 30+90=120/2=60. You need to solve the equation for average speed, not time. You can't. 1 mile @ 30mph = 2 minutes 60 mph for 2 miles = 2 mintes thererfore you cannot go fast enough (or you could go infinity mph)
60 miles per hour !
You need to run at an average speed of 15 mph.
Seven minutes is 7/60 hours. If you want to make your speed in miles per hours then divide 7 into 60. 60/7=about 8.57 miles per hour. A fast jogger could do this. I'm a fast walker and can average 4.1 mph.
Rounded to the nearest 1/100 of a mile, you would need to travel at 5,910.45 miles per hour in order to travel 5.5 miles in 3.35 seconds.
To run a 13-minute mile you will need to average 4.62 miles per hour for the whole 13 minutes.
You need to maintain an average speed of 5.7 miles per hour.
You will need to travel at an average of 25 miles ÷ 2 hours = 121/2 mph.
6.21 miles per hour.
It depends on how experienced you are as a runner. Beginner: 3 miles or so (11-12 min/mile) Average runner: about 3.5 miles (10 min/mile) Fast: about 4.5 miles (8 min/mile) Experienced XC runner: about 5 miles (7 min/mile) Elite runner/really awesome XC runner: about 6-7 miles (5-6 min/mile) Anything faster than 5 min/mile for 35 minutes is craziness. If you ran more than 7 miles in 35 minutes...you don't need to be asking whether that's a good number of miles :P
To be in the militay, you need to run two miles in 15:54 (at age 18). At age 30, in the military, you need to run two miles in 17:00. So if you are very fit, I'd say an 8.5 minute mile. If you are not fit or are trying to get fit, maybe a 9-10 minute mile.
10k per hour = 6.2137119 miles per hour
To cover three miles in 27 minutes (or less), you must maintain an average speed of 6.5 miles per hour.
This is a personal thing, you need to know how fast on average that you run. This is best done by averaging how long you run in say 5 or a 10 mile session and record the time.
If you went at a speed of a mile a minute, or 60 mph, you would travel 25 miles in 25 minutes. For 10 miles in this time you only have to travel at 2/5 of that speed, or 24 mph.
Four tenths of a mile is .4 miles. When asking how many, treat as x*.4 miles = 1 mile and solve for x. This results in x=1/.4 = 2.5.
The minimum speed you need to go to travel 1 mile in 30 minutes is .5 miles per hour, or 44 feet per second. actually to travel one mile in 60 minutes (one mile per hour),you walk...well,one mile per hour.Therefore to walk the same distance in half the time,you have to double the speed,in this case,2 miles per hour.
About 4.61 mph.
For an accurate answer, we would need to know the length of your step. However, an average person takes about 2000 steps to walk 1 mile.
You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.You would also need to know how many gallons your car uses per mile, or how many miles per gallon.
I am not sure if you have sufficient information. If you fill your tank, you need to see how far it gets you before you need to refill again. Divide the number of gallons you fill in your tank by the distance, to get average gallons / mile. Then multiply that by the cost of fuel per gallon, to get dollars / mile.
A mile is a unit of length. A square mile is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.