Q: How fast in mph is a 5 minute mile?

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5 mile = 8 km 5/8 of 65 = 40.625 Answer: 40.625 mph

12 miles per minute - if you can maintain that speed steadily.

well, if you were going 1 mile in 60 sec. you would be going 1 mile per minute. or, in this case, you would be going 5/6 of a mile per minute. (MPM, or miles per minute.)

If you went at a speed of a mile a minute, or 60 mph, you would travel 25 miles in 25 minutes. For 10 miles in this time you only have to travel at 2/5 of that speed, or 24 mph.

If you run at a speed of 12 mph, it would take you approximately 5 minutes to complete a mile.

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

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You would have to maintain an average speed of 11.25 mph over the total distance of the race to achieve that time.

5 mile = 8 km 5/8 of 65 = 40.625 Answer: 40.625 mph

12 miles per minute - if you can maintain that speed steadily.

A 5.45 mile distance is not a speed itself, but a measure of distance. In order to calculate speed in mph, you need to know the time it took to cover that distance. Speed is distance divided by time.

About 767 mph ... it varies with temperature. OR about one mile in 5 seconds.

In one minute at 5 mph, you will travel 440 feet. 5 miles per hour / 60 minutes per hour x 5280 feet per mile = 440 feet per minute

i think that's 12 mph constant

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If you went at a speed of a mile a minute, or 60 mph, you would travel 25 miles in 25 minutes. For 10 miles in this time you only have to travel at 2/5 of that speed, or 24 mph.

well, if you were going 1 mile in 60 sec. you would be going 1 mile per minute. or, in this case, you would be going 5/6 of a mile per minute. (MPM, or miles per minute.)