Q: If a runner runs 100 yards in 9.6 seconds how many mph is he runnin?

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The runner covered a total of 3520 yards (2 miles = 3520 yards).

90 mph = 220 yards in 5 seconds.

To find out how many mph is 100 yards in 11 seconds: First, convert 100 yards to miles (100 yards = 0.057 miles). Next, calculate the speed by dividing the distance (in miles) by the time (in hours) - 0.057 miles / (11 seconds / 3600 seconds) = 19.64 mph.

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To convert yards per second to miles per hour, first convert yards to miles and seconds to hours. There are 1760 yards in a mile and 3600 seconds in an hour. Therefore, 19 yards in 2.5 seconds is equal to approximately 44.6 miles per hour.

About 975 yards.

100 yards in 10 seconds 20.45 miles per hour.

100 yards/6.7 seconds = 30.5292 miles per hour (rounded)

At 4 mph, you would cover 88 yards in one minute. In 45 seconds, you would cover 66 yards (88 multiplied by 0.75).

Impossible to answer ! Yards is a measure of distance - seconds is a measurement of time !

It will take you 17.05 seconds to run 100 yards.

(40 yards) / (4.5 seconds) times (3,600 seconds per hour) / (1,760 yards per mile) =18 and 2/11 miles per hour