It depends on the speed. At 10 miles per hour 100 miles is 10 hours. At 100 miles an hour it is 1 hour. At 1000 miles an hour it is 0.1 hour (= 6 minutes).
Assuming a constant average speed of 80 miles per hour, dividing distance travelled by speed gives 239/80 = 2.9875 hours or 179 minutes 15 seconds.
If you traveled 25 miles in 2 minutes, your average speed was 25 miles per 2 minutes or 750 miles per hour. If your rate of deceleration was constant, your initial speed was two times 750 miles per hour or 1500 mph. I do not have enough information to determine your initial velocity because I don't know what direction you were going, and velocity is speed with direction.
If you go 20 miles in 14 minutes your average speed is 85.71 miles per hour.
20.36 miles per hour.
How many miles will you travel in an hour at that constant speed? 60/4=15 miles per hour
If the speed is constant... 5 hours 45 minutes.
At a constant speed... 4.6 minutes (or 4 mins 36 secs)
At a constant speed... 8 hours 6 minutes.
It will take 2 hours and 20 minutes, if you drive at a constant speed of 105 miles.
If you drove non-stop at a constant speed of 70 mph, it would take about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
6.84608 miles in 110 minutes is about 3.73 miles per hour.
About 1 hour 41 minutes. This assumes you travel at a constant speed with no stops.
58 miles per hour.
one and a half times 20, ie 30 miles
To drive 12 miles at a constant speed of 30 miles per hour, it will take about 24 minutes. Because 30 miles per hour is half as fast, it will take twice as long, at a rate of 2 minutes per mile.
This is an average speed of 22.06 miles per hour.