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Q: Smedley ran 440 yards in 78 seconds express this time in minutes?

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3520 yards ! The time is irrelevant.

3.15 minutes which is extremely fast

About 21 minutes 47 seconds.

Michael Johnson set the 200 meter sprint record in 19.32 seconds. 200 meters is equivalent to 218.72266 yards. There is 1760 yards to a mile. If you divide 1760 yards by 218.72266, then you get 8.0467199877689856185911418597415 (this is how many 200 meters are in one mile). Multiply 8.0467199877689856185911418597415 by 19.32 seconds. You get 155.46263016369680215118086073021 seconds. It would have taken him 2 minutes, 35 seconds to run 1 mile, if he maintained that pace for a mile. Divide 35 seconds by 60 seconds and you get .583. So, it will take him 2.583 minutes to run that mile. Divide 60 minutes by 2.583 minutes and you get 23.22 mph.

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You ran 88 yards in 45 seconds at 4 mph.

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This is a problem where you have to convert to similar units before you can solve. It is easiest to covert miles into yards (otherwise we'd be dealing with a lot of decimals). 1 mile = 5,280 feet and 3 feet = 1 yard. Therefore: 3 miles/1 hour * 5280 feet/1 mile * 1 yard/ 3 feet = 5,280 yards/hour 3 mph = 5,280 yards/hour Now that units are similar (you are running at 5,280 yards/hour), we can easily figure out how long it will take to run 150 yards. 5280 yards/ 1 hour = 150 yards/ X 5280X = 150 X = .028409 hours This answer is a bit strange so let's convert it to minutes. We know 1 hour = 60 minutes, so: .028409 hours * 60 minutes/1 hours = 1.70454 minutes If you want to go one step further and convery the .70454 minutes into seconds: .70454 minutes * 60 second/1 minute = 42.27 seconds Our answer then is: if you run at 3 mph, it would take 1 minute 42.3 seconds to run 150 yards.

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There are 1760 yards in one mile. Therefore, 5 miles per hour is equal to 5 x 1760 = 8800 yards per hour. To travel 400 yards at 5 miles per hour would take 400/8800 x 60 = 2.72 recurring (that is, 2.727272...) minutes or 2 minutes 43.63 recurring (that is, 2 minutes 43.636363...) seconds.

1 miles = 1760 yards 1 hour = 3600 s Distance = speed × time = 45 mph × 3 s = 45 miles/hours × 3 seconds = 45 × (1760 yards)/(3600 seconds) × 3 seconds = 45 × 1760/3600 × 3 yards = 66 yards.

(40 yards) / (4.5 seconds) times (3,600 seconds per hour) / (1,760 yards per mile) =18 and 2/11 miles per hour