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- that is not true because a person can't run a mile in 1 min you must be mistaking

Q: Who is the man who ran a mile in 1 minute?

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No one. The world record is 3:43

Just write down exactly what you've included in the question, and eventuallysomething will look promising:--> 7 minutes per mile--> 1 mile per 7 minutes = (1 mile) / (7 minutes) = (1/7) (mile/minute)1/7th mile per minute is a perfectly good number for speed. But if it doesn't seem tomean much, you can convert it to miles per hour.1 hour is 60 minutes. So, whatever ground you can cover in one minute, you can cover60 times as much in an hour.(1/7) (mile/minute) x (60 minutes/hour) = (60/7) (mile/hour) = 8.57 mph

It is 1 mile/minute or 60 miles/hour

well, if you were going 1 mile in 60 sec. you would be going 1 mile per minute. or, in this case, you would be going 5/6 of a mile per minute. (MPM, or miles per minute.)

You must run at a speed of exactly [ 1 mile per 13.5 minutes ].To convert that to a more familiar unit:1/13.5 (mile/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 4 4/9 mile/hour

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No one. The world record is 3:43

Just write down exactly what you've included in the question, and eventuallysomething will look promising:--> 7 minutes per mile--> 1 mile per 7 minutes = (1 mile) / (7 minutes) = (1/7) (mile/minute)1/7th mile per minute is a perfectly good number for speed. But if it doesn't seem tomean much, you can convert it to miles per hour.1 hour is 60 minutes. So, whatever ground you can cover in one minute, you can cover60 times as much in an hour.(1/7) (mile/minute) x (60 minutes/hour) = (60/7) (mile/hour) = 8.57 mph

It is 1 mile/minute or 60 miles/hour

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Kenn ran farther. Robert didn't even run 1 mile.

1 mile.

well, if you were going 1 mile in 60 sec. you would be going 1 mile per minute. or, in this case, you would be going 5/6 of a mile per minute. (MPM, or miles per minute.)

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You must run at a speed of exactly [ 1 mile per 13.5 minutes ].To convert that to a more familiar unit:1/13.5 (mile/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 4 4/9 mile/hour

There are 60 minutes per hour so speed is 1 mile divided by four minutes or 1/4 mile per minute. The multiply by 60 minutes per hour Speed = 1/4 x 60 = 15 mph

1 mile in 10 minutes equates to 1/10 of a mile per minute.

At 60mph you will travel a distance of 1 mile in 1 minute.