Use the formula: distance = time x speed.
The distance is nearly 500 miles and it would take around 8 hours if you drove non-stop.
You drove 91.25 miles.
The number of miles driven divided by the amount of gallons to drive that distance. If you drove 330 miles and it took 10 gallons to refill the tank, then you got 33 miles per gallon. You are only able to compute this if you start with a full tank and then refill the tank back to full after you drove a certain distance or start with a specific amount of gas and drive till you run out of gas.
88km = 54.68 miles
The answer is 224/4 = 56 miles per hour
if he drove for 3 hours and drove at 65 miles per hour then 65 x 3= 195 miles the answer is 195 miles! A.KISS
The answer is in the "Miles per hour" (Mph) you drove. If you drove 40 Mph, then in one hour you would have driven 40 miles. Therefore, in five hours, at the constant speed of 40 Mph, you would have drive 200 miles.
An hour if you drove at 110mph...or 30 mins if you drove at 220mph :)
Lydia's speed on Tuesday was 180 miles divided by 3 hours, or 60 mph. If she then drove 7 hours at 60 mph, she drove 420 miles. Altogether, she drove 420 + 180 or 600 miles.