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Q: When running it takes you0.91 seconds to go 10 meters how fast in miles per hour are you going?

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900 meters/30 seconds = 30 meters/second

both are just as fast although the one going 10 meters in five seconds is probably accelerating faster...

Someone traveling 10 meters in 5 seconds is moving at the same speed as the one going 20 meters in 10 seconds.

20 meters per second

You would not be running at all.You would be travelling @ 0.245817 mph.

If you traveled 100 meters in 30 seconds, then you would be traveling at 3.333... meters per second, or 200 meters per minute, or 12 kilometers per hour (7.45 miles/hour).

100 meters/9 seconds = 40 kilometers per hour = 24.85 miles per hour (rounded)

28.8km/hr

1 Meters Per Second = 2.23693629 Miles Per hour conversion of meters to mph is left to you you are going 100 meters in 10.6 seconds or 100/10.6=9.4339mps 9.4339mps*2.2369mph/1mps=21.10mph

2.38 seconds.

20 meters per second

3 m/s2

19.64 MPH. At that pace it would take 183.30 seconds to run one mile. There being 3600 seconds in an hour, dividing 183.30 into 3600 gives you 19.64. 200 meters divided by 22.78 seconds = 8.78 meters per second 8.76 meters per second x 3600 seconds per hour = 31 607 meters per hour 31 607 meters per hour divided by 1 609.344 meters per mile = 19.64 miles per hour

That depends on the speed you are going. Collegiate track athletes usually run this distance no slower than 13 seconds. For anyone else it should take no longer than 2min of running

Simply multiplication - 1.25km !

100 meters/15.2 seconds 100 meters = 0.0621371192 miles 15.2 seconds = 0.00422222222 hours 100 m/15.2s = 14.7166861 mph average

1.2 divided by 2 seconds equals .6m/s... i think. acceleration without speeding is when you're going in circles, but you feel like you're going faster.

The car going 60 mph is traveling faster. The cheetah, running at 25 meters per second is moving at 55.9 miles per hour.

If by "ms" you mean meters per second, then it would run 75 meters in 25 seconds. If by "ms" you mean miles, a cat is not going to cover 3 miles in 25 seconds, but for argument purposes, the distance the cat would run in 25 seconds would be 3 miles.

They are traveling at 4.9 mph

It depends on how fast you are going. If you were running a billion MPH, it would take a few seconds.

If it is going from rest, it's speed after 5 seconds is 12.5 metres per second

The idea is to divide the distance by the time.

(120 km/hour) x (1,000 meters/km) / (3,600 seconds/ hour) = (33 and 1/3) meters/sec

At 30 kph you are covering 30,000 meters per hour, or 500 meters per minute, or about 8.3 per second. To cover just 123 meters it would take you 14.7 seconds.