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Q: How fast do you need to run to cover 3 miles in 27 minutes?

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Assuming you maintain a constant speed throughout your run, you will need to be running the mile at a pace of 8:00 minutes. So, by dividing 60 minutes by your time of 8 minutes you get 7.5. This means you will have to run a pace of 7.5 mph for 12 minutes to travel 1.5 miles.

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