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This depends on the speed that you are traveling at. Pick a speed and then divide the distance by the speed.

Q: How long would it take to travel 10 million miles?

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Ten seconds.

It would take 10 seconds.

2 days

Given there are 57 million miles of roads, it would take 1140000 hours, 47500 days, or about 130 years.

100 seconds. (10 units of 100000 in 1000000, so 10 X 10 seconds = 100 seconds)

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Ten seconds.

It would take 10 seconds.

The trip would take 37.5 days if you maintained that speed over the whole distance.

At 1,200 mph, it would take about 20,833 hours and 20 minutes OR about 2.4 years to travel 25 million miles.

35 minutes Speed of Light is 671 million miles per hour.

2 days

Sunlight takes 8.4 minutes to travel 93 million miles to Earth. It would take us that long to reach the Sun at light speed.

Time = Distance/Speed So 93 million miles/55 mph = 1.691 million hours = 70.45 thousand days = 192.9 years approx.

Given there are 57 million miles of roads, it would take 1140000 hours, 47500 days, or about 130 years.

100 seconds. (10 units of 100000 in 1000000, so 10 X 10 seconds = 100 seconds)

73 / A = hours of travel time

Light goes at 670 million miles per hour, which is 670 times faster, and it takes 4 years to get to the nearest star. So at one million miles per hour it would take 2700 years to travel there.