It doesn't matter how long you run for, only that you want to run at one speed, a six minute mile. In other words, your six minute mile is that speed in your first through fifth, and every minute after that. The math... a six minute mile is one mile per six minutes which equals 10 miles for every sixty minutes, or ten miles per hour.
If you are running 12 miles in one hour, divide 60 minutes by 12 to get (5 minute miles).
7 to 9 minutes is what you would get if you had done no prior running or are not in shape. 5 to 6 minutes is what you would get if you were in shape or had some prior running. Sub 5 minute miles are serious runners.
Yes, but you would have to maintain a pace of 15 miles per hour which is very fast. It equates to running a 4-minute mile every mile for five miles.
You would travel 16.35 miles in 9 minutes at 109mph. 109mph/60min in an hour= miles per minute x 9 minutes.
Since the zebra is running 40 miles in 1 hour, or 40 miles in 60 minutes, the zebra would run 1 mile in 1.5 minutes or in 1 minute and 30 seconds.
In a vacuum, light would cover 11,176,900 miles in one minute. (rounded)
at 60 miles per hour there would be 6...mph/60=miles per minute
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.
It depends on the speed of the vehicle as well as the miles driven. At 60 miles per hour (or a mile a minute), it would take 19 minutes. At 30 miles per hour, driving 19 miles would take 38 minutes. In this case, the formula would be: time = speed in minutes X miles driven.
1.5 miles in 14.5 minutes = 1.5/14.5 = 0.103448 miles per minute or (multiply by 60), 6.207 miles per hour.
22/7 = 3.142857... repeating miles per minute.
15 mph, 4 minute mile