How far can a plane fly if it flies at a rate of 170 miles per hour for 4 hours?
Depends how large it's fuel tanks are and it's fuel consumption.
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A private plane leaves an airport and flies due east at 192 mile per your two hours later a jet leaves the same airport and flies due east at 960 miles per hour how far will the private plane fly befo?
A plane climbs into the jet stream which is flowing at a rate of 80 miles per hour Traveling with the jet stream for 5 hours the plane covers 1150 miles The plane then reduces its altitude and fly?
A private plane leaves an airport and flies due east at 192 miles per hour Two hours later a jet leaves the same airport and flies due east at 960 miles per hour How far will the private plane fly?
If the question is asking, "How far will the private plane fly before the jet overtakes it ?" Both planes will have flown the same distance. Distance = Time (T) x Velocity. Therefore 192 x T = 960(T - 2) = 960T - 1920 768T = 1920 : T = 2.5 In 2.5 hours the private plane flies 192 x 2.5 = 480 miles. (The jet plane in 0.5 hours flies 960 x 1/2 =…
A private plane leaves an airport and flies due east at 192 miles per hour Two hours later a jet leaves the same airport and flies due east at 960 milesper hour how far will the private plane fly be?
When the jet takes off, the light plane has been in the air for 2 hours, and has covered (2 x 192) = 384 miles. That's the light plane's lead. The lead closes at (960-192) = 768 miles per hour. It takes (384/768) = 1/2 hour to close the gap. During that time, the light plane flies another (192/2) = 96 miles, , for a total of (384 + 96) = 480 miles. Also during…
A plane traveling at a constant speed is able to travel 600 miles in 5 hours How fast was the plane flying?
A train travels 80 miles per hour A plane travels 200 miles per hour How many hours longer will it take the train to travel 1600 miles than it will take the plane?
It would take about 4 hours to fly 2,081 nautical miles [2,395 miles; 3,854 kilometers] in a plane. According to Argonne National Laboratory's Ask a Scientist, plane speeds average 600 miles [521 nautical miles; 966 kilometers] per hour. Dividing the total distance of 2,081 nautical miles by the speed per hour of 521 nautical miles per hour gives 3.99 hours.