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time = distance ÷ speed

= 50 km ÷ 62 km/h

= 50/62 hr

= 25/31 hr

≈ 0.806 hr

1 hr = 60 min

→ 0.806 hr = 0.806 × 60 min ≈ 48.39 min

1 min = 60 sec

→ 0.39 min = 0.39 × 60 sec ≈ 23 sec

Thus to cover 50 km at 62 km/h takes about 48 min 23 sec.

Q: How long will it take to drive 50km at 62km an hour?

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Five hours

It would take five hours.

If you are going at 50km per hour then it would take you 1 hour and 36 minutes to travel 80km. This time will only happen if you travel at 50km the entire time.

Divide how far it has traveled by 50 to get the time in hours.

1/35 hour

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Five hours

depends how fast your going if your going 50km/h divide 23km by 50km/h so 23/50 = 46 minutes

It would take five hours.

If you are going at 50km per hour then it would take you 1 hour and 36 minutes to travel 80km. This time will only happen if you travel at 50km the entire time.

If you follow the A92, it's about 50km, and should take about 45min.

50km/60 min is 0.83 km in each minute, so divide to get minutes from km/min -- 20 km/0.83km/min = 24 minutes

Divide how far it has traveled by 50 to get the time in hours.

About 1 hour at 55 mph hour - less if you drive faster, more if you drive slower.

It is an 8 hour drive.

about an hour and a half