Well, we know that in an hour, you'll go 50 miles. And 30 minutes is half an hour. So 50 divided by 2 is 25. That means that you will cover 25 miles in 30 minutes going 50 miles per hour.
If you are driving 60 mph, you are going 1 mile every minute since there are 60 minutes in an hour.If you are moving 1 mile/minute, you would cover 50 miles in 50 minutes.
An hour contains sixty minutes. Therefore, 25 minutes is 25/60 of one hour. At a rate of 25 miles per hour, one can cover a distance of (25/60)/25 = 10.4 (the last digit may not be significant, because the primary data have only two significant digits.)
54 miles per hour.
You cover 31.25 miles.
1.16 miles per minute.
If a car is going 27 miles per hour it will travel 724.2 meters every minute.
40 mph = 40 miles in one hour or 0.6666666r miles per minute. 40 miles an hour = 2/3 mile a minute An hour per 40 miles = 1.5 minutes a mile = 90 seconds a mile
It will take 0.54 hour to cover 38 miles going by 70 miles per hour.
You can go 0.8 miles in one minute if you are traveling at an average speed of 70 miles per hour.
Distance = rate * time. (55 miles/hour) * (4 hours) = 220 miles
As there are 60 minutes in an hour, if you are going at 60 miles per hour then you are doing one mile in one minute.
If you have to cover 21 miles in 21 minutes, then you need to cover 1 mile every minute. There are 60 minutes in an hour, so if you kept that up for an hour, you'd cover 60 miles.