80 miles per hour.
Depends on how fast the boat is traveling. On a boat traveling at 30 mph it will take 30 minutes.
11/2 miles in 15 minutes = 6 mph
It equates to about 25 miles per hour.
You must drive at a speed of (16.9 miles) per (15 minutes), or 67.6 mph.
You are traveling at 15 miles per hour.
Traveling 117 miles in 2 hours and 15 minutes means the average speed is 52 miles per hour. (Divide 117 by 2.25)
If you could drive 184 miles in 15 minutes, multiply 184 by 4 (15 minutes is one-quarter of an hour) to get your MPH. In those 15 minutes, your average speed was 736 MPH.
15 miles in 225 minutes = 1 mile in 15 minutes = 4 miles per hour
4 minutes is 1/15 of an hour. So 60/4 x 1 = 15 km/hr.
It depends on how fast the tornado is traveling. The average tornado moves at about 30 mph, so in 15 minutes an average tornado would move 7.5 miles. However, some tornadoes move much faster. The fastest moving tornado on record was found, at times, to travel at 73 mph. At that speed the tornado would travel just over 18 miles in 15 minutes.
Depends how fast you are traveling. On a highway,about 15- 20 min.
4 minutes is 1/15 of an hour. In one hour, the train would travel 30 miles. Multiply that by 1/15 to get 2 miles in 4 minutes.
4 miles per hour will be exactly one mile in 15 minutes. I do it every day.
Walk 6 miles per hour. . . . and then you'll have 15 minutes to rest at the end!
15 miles in 30 minutes means you wouls travel 30 miles in 1 hour. Therefore you are travelling at 30 miles per hour.
To go 15 miles in 45 minutes she could go 20 miles per hour. She should plan on arriving a at least 15 minutes early though, which means 40 miles/hour.
You're traveling at a speed of 100 miles per 15 minutes. Converted into other units with which you may be more comfortable, that speed is the same as: -- 586 and 2/3 feet per second -- 1,075,200 furlongs per fortnight -- 15,449.7 kilometers per day -- 400 miles per hour