It will depend on the no. Of person and the kind of person that he/she is very lazy or not.
If they are lazy it will take more than hour and if they are not lazy the football mow will cut less than in an hour
It depends how fast one is walking. The length of two football fields is equal to about 11.26% of a mile. therefore, if you are walking at 3 miles per hour, it would take 2 minutes and 15 seconds.
a really good high school time would be between 40 and no higher then 50 a older person would be around a 1 or 1:30 depending on age
Nobody can run at 70 mph: your heart would give out so you would never finish the run. As a reults it would take for ever.Leaving reality aside, football fields do not all have the same length so it would take approx 0.53 to 0.59 minutes.
LENGTH OF A FOOTBALL feild
If you take 3 football fields, that's 900 feet (from one goal line to the other). An 885-foot ship is just a bit short of that by 15 feet.
About 9. Football: 100x53.3 yards Polo: 300x160 yards
About 1,000,000 miles give or take a few feet
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