Q: How many miles can you cover if you drove 8 hours at 70 miles per hour?

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The answer is in the "Miles per hour" (Mph) you drove. If you drove 40 Mph, then in one hour you would have driven 40 miles. Therefore, in five hours, at the constant speed of 40 Mph, you would have drive 200 miles.

To get the answer, you would divide how many miles he drove by how long it took him to drive it. The information you need to set up your problem is 150 miles and 2.5 hours. 150 / 2.5 = 60 So Jordan drove an average of 60 miles per hour.

110 miles/65 miles/hour = 1.692 hours

1.6428571 hours

17000 miles/317 days X 1 day/24 hours=2.2345 miles per hour average. This is if you drive every hour of every day. If you drove 8 hours then stopped then 16 hours later drove another 8 hours your average would be the same but the speed would be different. 17000 miles/317 days X1 day/8 hours=6.7 miles per hour

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miles per hour * 7 60mph * 7 hours = 420 miles

The answer is in the "Miles per hour" (Mph) you drove. If you drove 40 Mph, then in one hour you would have driven 40 miles. Therefore, in five hours, at the constant speed of 40 Mph, you would have drive 200 miles.

300 MILES

The answer is 224/4 = 56 miles per hour

60 miles

To get the answer, you would divide how many miles he drove by how long it took him to drive it. The information you need to set up your problem is 150 miles and 2.5 hours. 150 / 2.5 = 60 So Jordan drove an average of 60 miles per hour.

At 55mph, you can cover 220 miles in 4 hours.

Distance = rate * time. (55 miles/hour) * (4 hours) = 220 miles

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