Q: Which bird can sleep while flying at the speed of 25 miles per hour?

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16 hours, 50 minutes 17 hours would be 204 miles.

The time it takes will depend on your average speed while traveling. In hours, it will be (490/speed in miles per hour).

Depends on speed. At 60 miles an hour it would take 7 minutes.

Megahertz is a measure of frequency while miles per hour is a measure of speed. It is impossible to answer your question.

Please note that km is a distance, while mph is a speed, so you can't convert that directly. For a speed problem, first convert the kilometers to miles, then use the formula: distance = speed x time

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Yes the albratross sleeps while its flying.

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The slowest flying insect is the hawk moth, which typically flies at speeds of around 7 miles per hour. This slow flying speed allows them to hover near flowers while they feed on nectar.

16 hours, 50 minutes 17 hours would be 204 miles.

The average speed is about 72 to 73 MPH if the flight traveled 364 miles in five hours. That speed depends on the type of Cesna you are flying. The smaller plane has a longer flight time, while a 172 or 182 will have a shorter time.

Yes, a jet fighter can fire its cannons while flying faster than the speed of sound. The bullets fired from the cannons can also travel faster than the speed of sound, effectively hitting the target even when the jet is flying at supersonic speeds.

-- It is 32 miles, regardless of your speed while driving it. -- At that speed, you need 10hours 40minutes to cover that distance.

The time it takes will depend on your average speed while traveling. In hours, it will be (490/speed in miles per hour).

Miles can't be converted to miles per hour. Miles measure length, while miles per hour measure speed.

If its speed is constant, its acceleration is nil.

Wind speed is 30 while the plane speed it 460

The fastest flying insect would be the Southern Giant Darner. In a rough field estimate records it flying at 60 miles per hour. However a more reliable text clocks it at 35 miles per hour. As for the ground insect the Australian Tiger Beetle takes the crown at 5.6 miles per hour. One common misconception is that the American Cockroach is the fastest but it falls well short with a speed of just 2.4 miles per hour.