1 and 5/6m per seconds
The earth rotates 360o of longitude every 24 hours, so it takes 24 ÷ 360 hours to rotate 1o of longitude: 24 ÷ 360 hours = 24/360 hours = 1/15 hours = 1/15 x 60 minutes = 4 minutes The sun will cross 1o of longitude in the same time that the earth takes to rotate 1o of longitude, namely 4 minutes.
Speed = Distance/Time Speed = 1 mile/5 minutes x (60 minutes/1 hour) Speed = 60 miles.minutes/5 minutes.hour (cross minutes) Speed = 60 miles/5 hours Speed = 12 miles an hour
* To find the mean (or average) of a standard frequency table, you must firstly cross-multiply the frequncies with the independent variable in the left column. * Then, add up these products and divide by the total number of frequencies. * For grouped frequency tables, you must find a mid-point, a half-way value in each group, before cross-multiplying.
No you only cross multiply when your working with percent
The average high school cross country runner should be able to do it in 18 to 21 minutes
Probabally around 20, 21 minutes. good is sub 19
For a runner (such as track or cross country), about 6-8 minutes. If you're just an average kid who likes to run, probably 7-10 minutes.
For an average 12-year-old track or cross country runner, around 16-18 minutes. For just the average kid, probably 18-24 minutes.
A cross-country runner is a runner who trains and races in a long distance race. The distance are usually 5k and up.
if a runner has gone 10km in 40 min. then what you do is divied 40 in to 10 and it come out to be 4 so then you get your answer ...10km/40min.=4km pm( pure a minute)
You go out and start running in a cross country environment.
That answer would be a : Harrier