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If it's blowing 55 mph, it's not a hurricane anymore.

AnswerEven if it is no longer a hurricane now, it's speed is still 55mph now. Designation of the storm has nothing to do with its current speed.

Answer 2

It's speed 'now' would be zero in this moment in time, unless you asked this question in the last day or so.

Answer 3

"Now", as in 30 minutes after it was 65 mph, the speed would be 10 mph.

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About 10 minutes at 55mph

36 minutes.

77 miles.

10 hours 21 minutes.

22 minutes 54.5 seconds.

4 minutes 22 seconds.

29 hours 5.5 minutes.

Two hours 3 minutes.

7 hours 49 minutes.

31 minutes 38.18 seconds.

1 hour 16 minutes.

6 hours, 10 minutes, and 54.545 seconds.

55mph is about 88.5km/h

2 hours, 21 minutes, and 49.091 seconds.

223÷55 = 4.05 Therefore, 4 hours 5 minutes.

55mph = 88.5km/h

39/55 = 0.709 hour (rounded)= 42 minutes 33 seconds

The total driving time, excluding stops or delays, is 4 hours 27 minutes.

700 / 55 = 12.72 = 12 hours 43 minutes

13 hours, 43 minutes, 38.18 seconds, give or take a few seconds.

If you drove 20 miles at 55 miles per hour, it would take you 21 minutes 49.09 seconds. This is equal to 21.82 minutes or 0.3636 hours.

It is 70.6 miles. If you average 60mph, it will take you 1 hour and 11 minutes. If you average 55mph, it will take you 1 hour and 16.6 minutes. If you average 50mph, it will take you 1 hour and 22.75 minutes.

1,243.6 seconds to cover 19 miles at 55mph

1 hour if your going 110mph 30 minutes if your gonna be doing 220mph2 hrs if you doing 55mph

52.8 seconds to travel 4,260 feet @55mph