Want this question answered?

Q: How many years will it take A snail traveling at a speed of 0.013 meters per second 20.3 miles?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

1/1000 or .001 mps

A snail in England won a snail race being clocked at .0033 mph...so I'd have to say maybe .0025 would be about the norm for a non-racing snail?

Total distance 10 m. Distance travelled 0.15 + 0.112 = 0.262, leaving 9.738 m to go

The garden snail is the fastest land snail. It can travel at a speed of 0.03 miles per hour. Snails are gastropods that move by crawling on a single foot.

0.03 mph

Related questions

1/1000 or .001 mps

Speed of a common Snail: Foot/second: 0.001 Km/hour: 0.003 Miles per hour: 0.004 or about one millimetre per second.

Multiply 0.30 (meters/minute) by 15 (minutes) to get your answer. The "/minute" and "minutes" will cancel out when you do so, leaving your answer in meters.

The snail moves 0.3m per minute.

A "snail year" is 1.52 miles. A snail moving at a consistant pace travels 11 inches per hour.

A "snail year" is 1.52 miles. A snail moving at a consistant pace travels 11 inches per hour.

0.02 x 1600meters(1mile) = 32meters/1600seconds = 0.02m or 2cm and snail move way slower than this

Very slowly: about 0.019 mph

15 minutes(.30 meters / minutes) = 4.5 meters

Approximately as close as a garden snail is to winning at Daytona.

very slow.

a snail