It depends on the pace of the person walking
it depends which spped you go at but usually around half an hour
assuming walking speed = 100 meter/minute 1200 meters take 1200/100 = 12 minutes
Depends on the relative density of the Aluminum, the frequency of the sound impulse, the decibel level of the sound impulse, and lastly the temperature of the Aluminum.Lastly, Who has an Aluminum rod 1500 meters long?
The speed of sound is 343.2 meters a second, now you can do the math.
There are about 39.37 inches in one meter. So take your measurement in inches and divide it by 39.37 to change the unit to meters. In this case, the answer is about 1.4478 meters.
There are about 39.37 inches in one meter. So take your measurement in inches and divide it by 39.37 to change the unit to meters. In this case, the answer is about 0.9144 meters.
No. It's not less either. They're the same length. Remember that a millimeter is one-thousandth of a meter. So you need to take 1500, divide it by 1000, and get 1.500 meters.
As time equals distance divided by speed you get; t=1500/10 (100/10 so you are in m/s) Therefore it would take 150 seconds
16 minutes and 30 seconds perhaps swimming 100 meters per minute. He does not compete in the 1500 meter freestyle so only his coachs and friend would know his real time.
1500 meters/330 meters per second = 4.55 seconds
Joel Okech Charles fastest 100 meter time is 11.89
1/299792458 of a second, by the definition of one meter.
About 1500. Of course, people have steps of different lengths. Take a few of your own steps, measure how long it is, convert it to meters, then divide 1000 meters by your result.
Ok. Simple rule is 1 square meter = 4 meters. You take the number of meters and divide it by four.
how long would it take you to hop 30 meters based on your speed on the 5 meter trial?
it would take 1500 years
Walking at a meter per second would take 900 seconds (15 minutes); at a faster walk, 1.5 meters per second, about 600 seconds ( 10 minutes).
One meter is equal to 39.37 inches.
-- Take the number of meters-- Multiply it by 3.28084-- The answer is the number of feet
The standard long jump runway should be at least 40 meters, or 131 feet in length. The take off board should be at least 1 meter, or 3 feet, and the sand landing area should be at least 2.75 meters, or 9 feet.
Take the number of meters. Multiply it by 100. The result is the same length in centimeters. Examples: 2 meters = 200 centimeters 1.6 meters = 160 centimeters 0.32 meter = 32 centimeters 0.007 meter = 0.7 centimeter
Well, presuming that you equate a "lap" with "one length of the pool", a mile is 1760 yards, which means that you would have to swim 70.4 laps to swim a mile.Thus, a one-half mile is equal to 35.2 laps or, more practically speaking, 35 laps plus 5 more yards.However, in competitive swimming, the 1650 Yard Freestyle and 1500 Meter Freestyle races are colloquially referred to as "the mile."The 1650 Yard Freestyle is only swum in swim meets that take place in non-metric, 25 yard pools. (There is no 1500 Freestyle in meets taking place in these yard-denominated pools.) The 1650 Yard Freestyle is 66 laps. One half of that race is 825 yards, which is 33 laps.The 1500 Meter Freestyle is only swum in meets that take place in pools denominated in meters (pools of either 25 meters or 50 meters in length). (There is no 1650 Freestyle in meets taking place in these meters-denominated pools.) In at 25-meter pool, the 1500 Meter Freestyle is 60 laps, and one-half of it (750 meters) is 30 laps. In a 50 meter pool (i.e. an Olympic-sized pool), the 1500 Meter Freestyle is 30 laps, and one-half of it is 15 laps.