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1 mi / 45 MPH * 60 min/hr * 60 sec/min = 80 seconds.

Q: Time to travel 1 mile at 45 miles per hour?

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The answer may be several different numbers. It depends on the speed of the car. If driving at 60 miles per hour, then 1 minute to travel one mile. If driving at 150 miles per hour, then roughly 20 minutes to cover one mile, including the stop for moving violation. If digital speedometer reads ' 0 ' miles per hour, then one mile requires a very very long time.

The minimum speed you need to go to travel 1 mile in 30 minutes is .5 miles per hour, or 44 feet per second. actually to travel one mile in 60 minutes (one mile per hour),you walk...well,one mile per hour.Therefore to walk the same distance in half the time,you have to double the speed,in this case,2 miles per hour.

A knot is 1 nautical mile per hour and 1.151 land miles per hour

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55 miles

At 1 mile an hour, one hour. At 60 miles per hour, one minute.

If you travel a mile in 8 minutes, you are traviling at 7.5 miles per hour

You would save about 6 seconds per mile travelled.

At 60 miles per hour, you can travel 1 mile in one minute. Sixty miles per is the standard. At 12 miles per hour it takes 5 minutes to travel 1 mile. 60/12 = 5.

The answer may be several different numbers. It depends on the speed of the car. If driving at 60 miles per hour, then 1 minute to travel one mile. If driving at 150 miles per hour, then roughly 20 minutes to cover one mile, including the stop for moving violation. If digital speedometer reads ' 0 ' miles per hour, then one mile requires a very very long time.

The minimum speed you need to go to travel 1 mile in 30 minutes is .5 miles per hour, or 44 feet per second. actually to travel one mile in 60 minutes (one mile per hour),you walk...well,one mile per hour.Therefore to walk the same distance in half the time,you have to double the speed,in this case,2 miles per hour.

If I interpret the question correctly, the time of length would be 0.02 hours per mile. At 50 mph you will travel 50 miles and it will take you 1 hour.

At 12 miles per hour, it would take you 5 minutes to go 1 mile 60/12=5. In 1 minute you could travel 1/5 of a mile at 12 miles per hour.

A knot is 1 nautical mile per hour and 1.151 land miles per hour