Q: 60 kilometers per hour for thirty minutes?

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Take the kilometers per hour and divide by 60. (60 minutes in an hour)

If a horse travels at 25 kilometers per hour for a half hour (30 minutes), it will travel 12.5 kilometers.

Hint: 10000 meters = 10 km, 30 minutes = ½ hour... 10,000 meters in 30 minutes = 10 kilometers per 0.5 hour = 20 kilometers per hour

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6 kilometers per hour

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You would travel 60 km in 30 minutes at 120 km/h

Dividing distance travelled by time taken gives 80/2.5 = 32 kilometres per hour.

Take the kilometers per hour and divide by 60. (60 minutes in an hour)

It's "forty" kilometers per hour. The conversion would be to divide the kilometers per hour by 60 (the number of minutes in one hour). In this case, it would be 40/60 = .666666666666666.... or two-thirds of one kilometer per minute.

If a horse travels at 25 kilometers per hour for a half hour (30 minutes), it will travel 12.5 kilometers.

35 kph = 21.75 mph

45 minutes in ¾ of an hour, so just divide 15 kilometers by ¾ hours and get 20 kilometers per hour.

Hint: 10000 meters = 10 km, 30 minutes = ½ hour... 10,000 meters in 30 minutes = 10 kilometers per 0.5 hour = 20 kilometers per hour

If you run for 40 minutes at 8 kilometers per hour you will cover 3.31 miles.

16 kph

Its speed is 120 kilometers per hour.

The speed of the car is 96 kilometers per hour.