Best Answer

Approx 16.17 mph.

Q: If a runner runs a mile in 3.71 minutes seconds how fast were they running in MPH?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

13 mph

1 mile is 0.62 kilometers 480 (8 minutes in seconds) multiplied by .62 = 297.6 seconds 297.6 seconds = 4 minutes, 57.6 seconds

You are running 13.8 miles per hour.

That's going to depend on how fast you travel. You see, the faster you move, the less time it takes to cover any distance. Here are a few possibilities for your 189 miles: -- Walking, 3 miles an hour . . . . . 63 hours -- Running, 5 miles an hour . . . . . 37 hours 48 minutes -- Bicycle, 10 miles an hour . . . . . 18 hours 54 minutes -- Driving, 30 miles an hour . . . . . 6 hours 18 minutes -- Driving, 60 miles an hour . . . . . 3 hours 9 minutes -- Flying low, 85 miles an hour . . . . . 2 hours 13 minutes 24.7 seconds -- Flying normal, 150 miles an hour . . . . . 1 hour 15 minutes 36 seconds -- Flying high, 500 miles an hour . . . . . 22 minutes 40.8 seconds -- as fast as sound . . . . . 14 minutes 46.8 seconds -- as fast as light . . . . . 0.001 second

A marathon runner certainly can; that is 1 mile in 7.5 minutes. That is a bit fast for the average person, however, to keep up that pace for 12 miles

Related questions

7

If a runner runs a mile in 4 minutes 30 seconds he is averaging 13.33 MPH over the total distance.

Approx 18.56 mph.

10mph average

30 miles an hour

no

The runner would be running at 6.67 miles per hour. This is answered by dividing 60 (minutes in an hour) by 9 (minutes it took for one mile). You are basically saying that the runner will run a mile every 9 minutes, so how many '9 minutes' (each mile ran) are in an hour.

It depends on the runner.

It depends on how fast you are going. If you were running a billion MPH, it would take a few seconds.

If you run a mile in 4 minutes and 45 seconds you are averaging 12.63 miles per hour.

21.7 seconds which can be very fast for a runner

12.7841mph