The train is travelling 60 miles in 60 minutes, therefore, it would take 7 minutes for it to travel 7 miles.
30 miles is always 30 miles. It does not matter what method of transport you are using to move over that distance. Therefore, 30 miles on a train is the same distance as 30 miles on foot. Obviously, walking will take more time, but the distance is the same. If the question is "How much time will it take for the train to travel 30 miles?" then you will need to specify the particular points of origin and destination because no two train lines go exactly the same speed.
That's nice.Train B will pass Train A at a relative speed of 10 miles per hour.After that, Train B will increase its lead in front of Train A by 10 miles for every hour they both continue rolling.
Planes, on average, are faster than trains. With most planes traveling at 400 to 500mph while even the fastest conventional train in regular operation only goes 200mph
Seriously? 60 miles per hour..... It would take 2 hours to travel the distance if that's what you meant to ask. Speed = Distance/Time so Time = Distance/Speed
Distance from Salem to Madurai is 243 Kilometers / 151 Miles.4 to 5 hr traveling time by Train
it would take 36 minutes.
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Speed = distance / time, so time = distance / speed. Therefore, to get the answer, divide 46 miles by the speed of the train.
It needs to travel 2 miles. Time = Distance/Speed = 2/15 hours = 8 minutes.
About 5 miles.
About 4 miles.
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The distance between Tokyo, Japan and Kyoto, Japan is 230.25 miles. Please be more specific on what way you are traveling (example: car, train, plane).
About 200 miles
It depends where in Florida and where in New York you are traveling from. The average distance is 27 hours for one train and 31.5 hours for another train.
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.
On Amtrak, the distance is 231 miles and takes 3 hours and 45 minutes on an Acela Express train.