Q: How many minutes are in 1 mile in 30mph?

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30 minutes

1 mile in 3 minutes is3 min * 20 is 1 hour1 mile * 20 = 20 mph

4 minutes. The last car on the train is the best way to think about it. That car has to travel the length of the train(1 mile) and also the length of the tunnel( also 1 mile). The total distance would be 2 miles, obviously. So if the train were traveling at 60mph it takes 1 minute to go 1 mile, but since it is going 30mph, it would take two minutes to go 1 mile.

1 mile in 6 minutes = 10 miles in 60 minutes (or an hour) So the answer is 10 mph.

25/3.5 = ?/1 ? = 25*1/3.5 ? = 7.143 minutes per mile

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1 mile at 30 mph is 2 minutes because it is 1/30th of a mile and when it is 60 minutes divided by 30mph = 60/30 which equals 2 minutes. About 2 hours 30 minutes. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.

30 minutes

1 mile in 3 minutes is3 min * 20 is 1 hour1 mile * 20 = 20 mph

4 minutes. The last car on the train is the best way to think about it. That car has to travel the length of the train(1 mile) and also the length of the tunnel( also 1 mile). The total distance would be 2 miles, obviously. So if the train were traveling at 60mph it takes 1 minute to go 1 mile, but since it is going 30mph, it would take two minutes to go 1 mile.

25/3.5 = ?/1 ? = 25*1/3.5 ? = 7.143 minutes per mile

1 mile in 6 minutes = 10 miles in 60 minutes (or an hour) So the answer is 10 mph.

80Mins/ 9.32056788Miles=8.58 So Around 8 and a half minutes per Mile 8 1/2 Minutes Per Mile

Three minutes.

Number of feet in a miles(5280) x Speed (30 mph). That gives you how many feet you go in a hour. Divide that by how many seconds in a hour ( 60 seconds in a minute x 60 minutes in a hour) soooooo- (5280 x 30) divided by (60x60)= ?????? You lost me on that formula. To simplify, 60mph is 1 mile a minute. 30mph is 1/2 mile a minute. 2640 feet a minute. Divided by 60 and you get 44 feet per second at 30mph

1 hour 14 minutes.

12 mph. If you ran 1 mile in 5 minutes, and kept that pace, you would run 12 miles in 60 minutes (1 hour).