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Q: If you are driving 75 mph how many seconds does it take to drive a mile?

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1 minute 7 seconds.

50 seconds

At 45 mph it takes 1 minute 20 seconds to drive one mile.

2 if you are driving 60mph

Infinitely many.I will use a variant of Zeno's paradox to illustrate this.Before you can drive a mile you must drive half a mile. So the event of driving a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving half a mile.But before you can drive half a mile you must drive a quarter of a mile. So the event of driving each half of a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving a quarter of a mile - making 4 sub-events in all.And then each of them can be split into two and so on, and on.Infinitely many.I will use a variant of Zeno's paradox to illustrate this.Before you can drive a mile you must drive half a mile. So the event of driving a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving half a mile.But before you can drive half a mile you must drive a quarter of a mile. So the event of driving each half of a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving a quarter of a mile - making 4 sub-events in all.And then each of them can be split into two and so on, and on.Infinitely many.I will use a variant of Zeno's paradox to illustrate this.Before you can drive a mile you must drive half a mile. So the event of driving a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving half a mile.But before you can drive half a mile you must drive a quarter of a mile. So the event of driving each half of a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving a quarter of a mile - making 4 sub-events in all.And then each of them can be split into two and so on, and on.Infinitely many.I will use a variant of Zeno's paradox to illustrate this.Before you can drive a mile you must drive half a mile. So the event of driving a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving half a mile.But before you can drive half a mile you must drive a quarter of a mile. So the event of driving each half of a mile can be split into two sub-events of driving a quarter of a mile - making 4 sub-events in all.And then each of them can be split into two and so on, and on.

51.429 seconds (rounded)

1 minute, 10 seconds

1 minute 5 seconds at a steady 55 mph.

About 45 mile in one hour.

25.71 seconds.

If you take I-10 W it is a 2,360 mile drive and will take about 40 hours of driving time.

45 seconds.

50 miles an hour is 1 minute 12 seconds a mile. 220 minutes 48 seconds or 3 hours 40 minutes and 48 secs :)

When you reach the 6 mile point, you have been driving 1 hour.

That would depend on what you were driving in.

About 51 seconds.

600mph

Dividing distance travelled by speed, and multiplying by 60, gives 15/50 x 60 = 18 minutes. OR...50 miles and hour is 1 minute and 12 seconds a mile..So 15 miles times by time for one mile (72 seconds X 15) = 18 :)

About 1 minute 12 seconds.

If you assume that each mile is one minute then you will be driving ... about 5 hours.

The number of seconds in a mile varies according to the speed that you are traveling. For example, if you are going 60 miles per hour, then there are 60 seconds in each mile.

It is equivalent to 50 mph.

About 65 seconds.

55.38 seconds.

16.51 seconds.