Q: What do plumbers make per hour UK?

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there are 60 seconds in a minute and there are 60 seconds in an hour so there are 60 x 60=3600 seconds in an hour. so 2.5 x 3600 = 9000 miles per hour which is very fast. 9000 miles is i believe about the distance from the uk to australia. so 9000 miles an hour is about the same speed as travelling from the uk to australia in 1 hour

That depends on how many hours per week and weeks per year you work, and if your paid whilst on holiday, it varies by employer and country. Lets assume you work 37 hours per week, and get 28 days paid holiday (typical for the UK)Then 12.50 x 37 hours = 462.50 per week462.50 x 52 weeks = 24,050 per year gross (before tax and other deductions)

In the UK it is 60 miles per hour. That is the speed you can go on roads that have the white circle roadsige with the black diagonal. Other roads have different posted speeds, some faster, some slower (motorways 70 mph, urban areas 30 mph).

58 km an hour is just under 1 metre (0.966...m ) per minute. How fast that is depends on the context. It is far faster than a human being could run for any sustained period but less than half the speed of the ball served by a tennis player, or bowled in cricket or pitched in baseball. It is much faster than urban speed limits in the UK but only about half the motorway speed limit (again in UK). It is nowhere near fast enough for a plane to stay airborne and is positively crawling compared with electromagnetic radiation in a vacuum (1,080,000,000 km per hour).

Far far far too many. It depends where you are I guess. Come & live in the UK & thank the good Lord for the BBC & don't have any adverts (Excepting them plugging their own shows, which is bad enough) & then guess which correspondant is quite happy to pay his TV licence ! Oh yes, the answer is probably about 6 or 7 minutes per 1/2 an hour even on UK commercial TV.

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