Virgil Billups asked, updated on April 13th, 2021; Topic:
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If **you**'re doing **5 miles** in 10 minutes in an hour **you would** do 30 **miles** - **5 miles** x 6 = 30 **miles** ( 10 minutes x 6 = 1 hour) hence 30 **miles** per hour. **You would** have to travel at an average speed of 30 mph. As for “why”…

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But, how many minutes is a 1 mile drive?

One minute at **60** mph will move you 1 mile.

Apart from this, how long is 4 miles in minutes by car? If you're travelling at **4 miles** an hour, you'll travel **4 miles** in an hour. 2 **miles** in half the time and 1 mile in 1/**4** of the time so 15 **minutes**.

Beside, how many miles is 5 miles?

The distance of a 5K is 3.1 **miles**. On a standard outdoor track, a 5K (5,000 meters) is 12.5 laps.

How many minutes is 2 miles?

depends on your speed, at highway speed of 60 mph, you go a **mile** per **minute** so **2 miles** is two **minutes**.

45 minutes

Mile: A mile is 1.61 **kilometers** or 5280 feet. It takes 15 to 20 minutes to walk 1 mile at a moderate pace.

7.2 seconds

Here are some figures for different walking paces:MilesRelaxed PaceNormal Pace

3 miles | 1 hr | 45 mins |

4 miles | 1 hr, 20 mins | 1 hr |

5 miles | 1 hr, 40 mins | 1 hr, 15 mins |

6 miles | 2 hrs | 1 hr, 30 mins |

A noncompetitive, relatively in-shape runner usually completes one mile in **about 9 to 10 minutes**, on average. If you're new to running, you might run one mile in closer to 12 to 15 minutes as you build up endurance. Elite marathon runners average a mile in around 4 to 5 minutes.

Compute the total drive time for each segment by dividing the number of **miles** in the segment by the average speed for that segment. For example, to go **10 miles** at 20 **miles** per hour, you would divide **10** by 20 to find that segment would take you 0.5 hours.

A **5 mile** run in **40 minutes**, is a **mile** every 8 **minutes**. ... Given that the average speed of an athlete to do a **mile** in **5 minutes** or less, with the world record being under a 4 **minute mile**; **5 miles in 40 minutes** is athletic and above-average, but sub-Olympian standard of fitness and running speed.

60 minutes divided by 5 times equals 12 minutes. So **7 miles** will take 12 minutes, 14 will take 24 minutes, 28 **miles**, 48 minutes and 35 **miles** will take one hour!

No. It's very average for someone who is in moderately **good** shape to be able to run a 10 **minute mile** pace. If you are a couch potato, you won't be able to run **2 miles** period, and if you are fit, **2 miles** should click by in 16–**18 minutes** at the most.

The average **mile** for beginners is 7 to 10 **minutes**. **3 miles in 30** means your a keeping a **good** pace. Very average. Many people in their 60s or older can do that.

So, by my standards, for an experienced distance runner in **good** condition under age 30 to run **2 miles in 12 minutes** on a treadmill would be pretty **good**. ... So, by my standards, for an experienced distance runner in **good** condition under age 30 to run **2 miles in 12 minutes** on a treadmill would be pretty **good**.

A walking speed of **3** to 4 **miles** per **hour** is typical for most people. However, this can vary based on many factors including your fitness level, overall health, and age. While many variables can play a part in your walking speed, making walking a part of your fitness program is certain to bring about positive changes.

3 miles

Depends on what you are trying to achieve! One of the perennial sayings in the running community is 'you're lapping everyone on the couch” so certainly, **3 miles in 24 minutes** is better than 0 **miles in 24 minutes**! Running for fun or for fitness, that's great. 25/**3** is 8.33 **minutes**, or 8 **minutes** 20 seconds, per **mile**.

Within a 24 hour period of course it's possible to **walk 50 miles**, However it would be hard to **do** in 12 hours as **you** need to be **walking** at just above 4 mph which is quite a brisk **walk**.

500 knots

40 to 50 miles

Time Required Assuming one were to only **fly** directly, it **would take** a traveler who started with 0 award **miles** roughly 77 roundtrip flights from LAX to PVG before they hit **1,000,000 miles**, or roughly 3.2 flights per month over the course of 2 years.

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