Runner is going 8 mph Biker is going 15 mph (they took 2 hrs to go their respective distances)
18.75 km / hr.
she must ruv 70 minutes
they are both traveling at te same rate.
3 km in 5 min => his average speed is 36 km in 60 min, that is 36 km per hour. Clearly an extremely fast runner and way faster than MY average speed.
Assuming the runner maintains his average speed for an hour, 3 kilometres in 30 minutes is equal to 6 kilometres per hour.
If there are 1000 meters in a kilometer and a runner travels 125 meters per minute, that would mean the runner could travel one kilometer in 8 minutes (1000 / 125 = 8). If the runner is going to run 10 kilometers it would take (10 * 8) or 80 minutes to finish the 10 kilometers.
66⅔ meters per minute.
Suppose a runner covers a distance of 5322 feet in a 6 minutes and 11,531 feet in 13 minutes. So how much distance does the runner cover in 16 minutes?
400 meters = 60 seconds equivalent to 0.4 kilometers = 1 minute multiply by 60 0.4 x 60 kilometers = 60 minutes = 1 hour 24 kilometers per hour is answer
the runner who runs a kilometer in 4 minutes kilometer is about 0.8 of a mile, so if take someone double to run a mile, they're worse.
It depends on how fast you are and how experienced you are. Normal person (non-runner): 35-45 minutes Beginning runner: 30-40 minutes Average runner: 28-34 minutes Fast runner: 24-27 minutes Good cross country runner: 20-24 minutes Really awesome: Under 20 minutes World record: Under 13 minutes If you're a really, really talented runner, you might be able to run a 5K in 15-16 minutes after several years of training. Obviously, very few people will get under that or anywhere close to the world record. Generally, if you can do a 5K in around 25 minutes or less, you're considered pretty good.
Well a... Normal person - 7 to 8 minutes or more Runner - 5 to 6 minutes Elite Runner - 4 to 5 minutes Kenyan - 3 to 4 minutes Those are averages for 1500m. I just ran and I got 5:23 for 1500m. So I would be a runner.
If flat course:Very good runner - 11 minsGood runner - 13 minsDecent runner - 15 minsOK runner - 17 minsBeginner - 19 minsDon't train - 20+ mins
a six - lined race runner can run at 18 mph found on factmaster.com
It's all relative, but the average occasional runner should take about 16-20 minutes. If it takes you more then 20 minutes, you're not a runner.