no, cheetahs can only reach speeds of 60mph.
yes they do.
Final velocity minus starting velocity, divided by time it took. Ex. Speeding up you car from 40mph to 60 mph when going on to freeway. It took 2 seconds. 60mph - 20mph= 40mph/2sec =20mph 20mph is your acceleration.
Antelope/Pronghorn is the fastest land animal at 60mph Wolf - 40mph Mountain Lion - 35mph Bison/Buffalo - 30mph Grizzly - 30mph
Depends on the average speed throughout the trip. 30mph-25.63 40mph-19 50mph-15 60mph-12.6
In the UK it is 60mph for cars and motorcycles, 40mph for goods vehicles. Unless a lower speed limit is in force. This is assuming it is a single carriageway road.
We had this problem on one of our work trucks, ended up to be a bent rim.
120ft.I discovered a formula for calculating it for any given speed. I've tested it for 20mph, 30mph,40mph,50mph,60mph and 70mph. The formula is as follows:overall stopping distance in ft = Sp x (1 + Sp/20).Where Sp is the magnitude of the speed in mph.So at 40mph it is:40 x (1 + 40/20) = 50 x (1 + 2) = 40 x 3 = 120ft.
How fast will you be traveling? @ 60mph=4:30 hours(give or take depending on trfc) @ 50mph=5:25 hours @ 40mph=6:35 hours
Around 60mph for top speed.
sound like a bad universal joint, vibration more noticable under load?
This depends upon the type of train, its tonnage. and the speed it is travelling. Passenger trains can stop much faster than a freight train. A passenger train at normal speeds of 60mph to 110 mph can be stopped in well under a mile, minimum distance as short as 2500 feet. A heavy freight train traveling at 40mph can take nearly 2 miles to stop.
I had a kx85 a long time ago. I would say around 50-60mph around there
60MPH is faster than 80kph 60MPH = 96.56064 kph 80kph = 49.7097 MPH
A 1997 rm 125 can go around 60mph.
Around 4 1/3 hours.
Upwards of 60mph. Some sites say as much as 68mph and others even higher. At any rate, they can travel at speeds higher than that of the fastest land mammal, the cheetah which is consistently pegged as reaching top speeds of 65mph.
the SSC (shelby super car) ultimate areo is the fastest car in the world and can reach speeds up to 257mph and can reach 60mph in 2.78 seconds
too many crashes . When I was young, there was only the 30mph limit in towns, and a few 40mph limits on urban through ways. Apart from that, no limit on the open road. Now we have 70mph on motorways and dual carriageways, 60mph on all other roads unless lower limit posted. Lower limits are a sometimes confusing mix of 50mph, 40mph, 30mph, 20mph and 10mph
mine tops off around 55-60mph
well it depends how fast your going!! if your going 40mph it will take an hour if you want to know how fast at other speedsjust take how fast your going and if it is double 40 (80), then you must half the time and vice versa though for your convenience 10mph-4 hours 20mph-2 hours 30mph-1 and a half hours 40mph- 1hour 50mph- 48 mins 60mph - 40 mins 70 mph - around 34mins and 16 secs 80mph - 30mins you shouldn't be going faster than this!!!
You need to get your control arms/bushings replaced. It sways at speeds on or above 60mph. I just had it done to my 97 pathfinder. It is a problem that they have. boo :(
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).
In most modern cars the engine turns at 1500-2500 rpm at highway speeds. Since 60mph is a mile a minute, about 1500-2500 times.