At 2.5 hrs into a 500 mile race a driver has an average of 190 miles per hourHow fast must he average for the remainder of the race to average 200 miles per hour?
190 mph for 2.5 hours = 475 miles. He has 25 miles to go.
200 mph for 500 miles is 2.5 hours.
Since he has reached the end of his time it means he has to drive the remaining 25 miles in zero time or at infinite speed to arrive at the finish line right now.
When At 20 miles per hour the average driver from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake will travel about?
At 20 miles per hour the average driver from the moment he sees danger until he hits the brake will travel about?
A plane flew nonstop from dallas to las Vegas the distance was 1350 miles and the plane averaged 300 miles per hourhow long was the plane in the air?
That varies greatly based on a number of factors. There'll be significant differences between mileage when you compare a school bus driver, metro bus driver, shuttle bus driver, coach bus driver, and anyone driving any other type of bus. It could be as little as a few miles each day, or upwards of 500 miles.
When a driver traveling to LA travels for 2.5 hours and travels 150.0 miles and travels the final in 150.0 miles in 3.5 hours what is the average speed?
During the first 20 miles of a 50 miles bicycle race rogers average speed was 16 mih what must his average be during the remainder of the race if he is to finish the race in less than 2.5 hours?
Well, the average driver will accumulate about 12,000 miles per year. That was probably closer to 10,000 miles when the car was new. So just for the sake of discussion, lets call it 11,000 miles X 12 years. That's 132,000 miles. My '96 has 105,000 on the odometer. I hope that helps a little. FriPilot
According to the National Automobile Dealers Association, the mean age of cars in 2001 was 8.4 years, which means that the average car would be scrapped at twice that age of 16.8 years. According to the US Department of Transportatiion, Federal Highway Administration, in 2003, the average annual miles driven for all age groups was 13,476 miles per year. So assuming a ratio of one car per driver, we get 13476 miles per year X…
A runner wants to run 12.0 km She knows that her running pace is 8.3 miles per hourHow many minutes must she run?
Sam drove a distance of 410 miles in 7 hours for the first part of the trip his average speed was 40 miles per hour and for the remainder of the trip his average speed was 60 miles per hour how long d?
Velocity = Distance ÷ Time : therefore Time = Distance ÷ Velocity. Let the distance travelled at 40mph be 'x' miles, then the distance travelled at 60mph is 410 - x. Then 7 = x/40 + (410 - x)/60 : which leads to 20x = 16800 - 16400 : x = 20 Thus Sam travels 20 miles at 40mph (taking 1/2 hour) and 390 miles at 60mph (taking 61/2 hours).
To get the average speed in a given distance you would take distance divide by time which would equal average speed. An example of this would be: The 1970 NASCAR race at the Poconos speed way. A 1970 Plymouth Superbird was raced 200 lap's. Between each stop for fuel they recorded the average speed for that section of the race. At one point in the race Richard Petty, the driver of the Superbird, ran 10…