Q: How many mph is 1 mile in 10 minutes?

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Average speed is: (distance covered) divided by (time to cover the distance) Your speed is exactly 10 miles per 10 minutes. To get it in other units that sound more familiar, notice that 10 miles in 10 minutes is 1 mile per minute. There are 60 minutes in 1 hour, so you would be able to cover 60 miles in that time. 10 miles/10minutes = 60 mph.

10 minutes 9 seconds at a constant 65 mph, excluding speed changes, delays or stops.

Usually 40-70 mph between 0 and 10 miles from home

1 mile/10 sec = 6 mile/minute = 360 miles/hour

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1 mile in 6 minutes = 10 miles in 60 minutes (or an hour) So the answer is 10 mph.

10 Minutes 6 mph= 1 Mile every 10 Minutes

10 minute mile = 1 mile in 10 minutes which is equivalent to 6 miles in 60 minutes - or an hour. Answer: 6 mph.

About 5-6 minutes

1 hour = 60 minutes time = distance ÷ speed = 1 mile ÷ 10 miles/hour = 0.1 hour = 0.1 x 60 minutes = 6 minutes → 10 mph = 6 minutes/mile

10 mph

10 Mph.

About a two-minute savings.A 10-mile trip at:50 mph takes 12 minutes60 mph takes 10 minutes 1 second.

The person's pace was 6 mph or 10 minutes per mile.

6 minutes

10 minutes.

To convert 10 minutes and 20 seconds to hours, first convert 20 seconds to minutes (20/60 = 0.33 min). Then add this to the 10 minutes to get a total of 10.33 minutes for the mile. Finally, divide 60 (minutes in an hour) by 10.33 to get approximately 5.8 mph.