Q: John drove 450 miles in 8 hours He averaged 50 miles per hour on the highway and 60 mph on the turnpike How many miles did he drive on the turnpike?

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It depends on how many hours you drive each day and your speed. If you averaged 50 MPH (miles per hour) and drove 14 hours each day, it would take you 2 days.

Irregular. Past is drove, not drived.

Mae drove at 14mph?

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.

88km = 54.68 miles

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It depends on how many hours you drive each day and your speed. If you averaged 50 MPH (miles per hour) and drove 14 hours each day, it would take you 2 days.

Drove is the past tense of drive. The past participle of drive is driven.

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the past tence of drive is drove. Drive is present and drove is drove!there are so many site of online conjugation verbs :P

We drove down the highway at top speed. She pulled carefully onto the highway after looking both ways.