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Running one mile in nine minutes is running at 6.66 miles per hour.

Q: How fast do you have to run to do a mile in 9 minutes?

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The runner would be running at 6.67 miles per hour. This is answered by dividing 60 (minutes in an hour) by 9 (minutes it took for one mile). You are basically saying that the runner will run a mile every 9 minutes, so how many '9 minutes' (each mile ran) are in an hour.

You must run at a speed of exactly [ 1 mile per 13.5 minutes ].To convert that to a more familiar unit:1/13.5 (mile/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 4 4/9 mile/hour

Minutes per mile = 35/3.7 = 9.46 approx * * * * * * 9 minutes 27 seconds per mile

4.44m/sec

yes it is because I can run a mile in less than 9:10 and so can everyone else in my class which means 16 minutes is plenty of time.

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About 9 minutes 40 seconds.

The runner would be running at 6.67 miles per hour. This is answered by dividing 60 (minutes in an hour) by 9 (minutes it took for one mile). You are basically saying that the runner will run a mile every 9 minutes, so how many '9 minutes' (each mile ran) are in an hour.

10 minutes. If the kid goes at 6 miles an hour (which is not very fast) he or she can run the mile in a solid 10 minutes.

9:30

You must maintain a pace of no less than 9.952 miles per hour.

You must run at a speed of exactly [ 1 mile per 13.5 minutes ].To convert that to a more familiar unit:1/13.5 (mile/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 4 4/9 mile/hour

A very fast one is 9 minutes something. My friend from 7th grade ran 1.5 miles, he always got first place on every meet. He was very good. His time was 9 minutes and something, that's a pretty fast time.

Minutes per mile = 35/3.7 = 9.46 approx * * * * * * 9 minutes 27 seconds per mile

10 mph

I would think that is a reasonable start. Fast walking should produce a mile in 15 minutes. The nine minutes should be able to be improved on though.

4.44m/sec

that is really slow. i ran my first mile half in 9:30