'A' is slower. 'B' is faster. 'A' covers 220 miles, while 'B' covers 310 miles. 'B' gained 90 miles on 'A'. Since 'B' gains 18 miles on 'A' in each hour, it took (90/18) = 5 hours for 'B' to gain 90 miles on 'A', so both stated distances were covered in 5 hours. Speed of 'A' = 220/5 = 44 Speed of 'B' = A+18 = 310/5 = 62
In o bit it travels 17,000 mph, or about 17500/3600 seconds = 4.7 miles per second
23 minutes 4.6 seconds.
two and a half hours, 200/80 = 2.5
In one minute, it travels about 0.65 miles. In 70 minutes it travels about 45.63 miles.
It travels 10 to 15 miles a day
The faster car travels at 48 miles per hour The slower car travels at 36 miles per hour 48mph - 36mph = 12mph Therefore, the faster car travels 12 miles per hour faster than the slower car. Note that the question refers to the relative speeds of the cars and not the relative distances.
1600 / 80 = 20 hours by train 1600 / 200 = 8 hours by plane it will take 20 - 8 = 12 hours more by train
1.4:1 in favor of the train.
186,282 miles per second, in vacuum. Slower in material media.
Light travels at a speed of 186,000 miles per second or 669,600,000 miles per hour. Light travels somewhat slower when it is "in" something, such as glass or water.
Then the speed of the slower train in miles per hour is eight more than 380 divided by the number of hours the trains have been traveling. If you want a more precise answer, you need to supply more data.