it depends on how fast you are going... if you're going 60 miles per hour, it will take you 14 minutes. If you're going 30 miles per hour, it will take you 28 minutes. If you're going 90 miles per hour it would take you ABOUT ten minutes... (just a few samples)

That is a simple ratio problem. To travel 103 miles going 75 mph, it would be 103 miles/75 miles/hour, which is 1.37333... * 60 minutes which is 82.4 minutes or 82 minutes and 24 seconds precisely.

Depending on the speed of the vehicle, if you are going 60 miles an hour you will be driving for 1hr. and 18 mins Depending on the speed of the vehicle, if you are going 60 miles an hour you will be driving for 1hr. and 18 mins

It depends on the speed of the vehicle as well as the miles driven. At 60 miles per hour (or a mile a minute), it would take 19 minutes. At 30 miles per hour, driving 19 miles would take 38 minutes. In this case, the formula would be: time = speed in minutes X miles driven.

It depends on the speed you are going. For instance, if you are going 4 mph, it would take 1 hour to go 4 miles. If you were going 8 mph, it would take 30 minutes to go 4 miles. If you were going 16 mph, it would take 15 minutes to go 4 miles.

If your going 60 mph then you are going 60 miles in 60 minutes (1 hour) or 1 mile every minute. So 164 miles would take you 164 minutes or 2 hours and 44 minutes

3 hours and 30 minutes = 3*60+30 = 210 minutes The planes is therefore going 1000/210 = 4.761904761904762 miles in a minute This means that the plane is going at a speed of 4.761904761904762*60 = 285.7142857142857 miles an hour.