If a Hyundai Elantra stops running after an hour on a running speed temperature, it could be a bad thermostat. It is best to have a mechanic take a look at it to determine the exact cause.
Bad armature or coil. They are heat-sensitive.
they pay them 20.00 an hour i think but could be wrong
this could be due to a bad ignition modual in the disttibutor
Yea , but jump roping for an half an hour is like running for an hour
4 gas stops
For a 70kg person running at 15km per hour, about 5000 kJ
One idea of how you can conserve water is to not leave it running for days. Some people leaves water running for over an hour each day.
That depends on your average speed and the number of stops you make. However, assuming you could average 55 miles per hour for the entire distance, your total driving time would be about 1 hour.
If you didnt you would either be an hour late or an hour early. Banks , schools , workplaces and stores follow it,so if you are in any of those places, you going to be running on the wrong track til Spring.
You are running 13.8 miles per hour.
around 12-15 bucks an hour....i could be wrong though
The total time of rest stops is one hour.
That depends on your average speed and the number of stops you make. However, assuming you could average 55 miles per hour for the entire distance, your total driving time would be about 1 hour 43 minutes.
Ostrich like predators could run up to 60 kms per hour. Or 50 mph.
when your tv freezes up u could unplug it for like an hour or ten minutes. or you could go see whats wrong with your cable at the store.
In a way.... I heard that a study proved that 1 hour of riding is equal to 1 hour of jogging. But you aren't really running.
The number of calories burned per hour when running will depend on how fast you are running, your current weight and even such things as the terrain. You are going to burn a minimum of 472 calories and hour and could burn as much as 1675 calories (and possibly more). A couple of good charts can be found at http://www.nutristrategy.com/activitylist3.htm and http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/exercise/SM00109.
With no stops, 7 hours 16 minutes. You can do it in 8 with stops.
You are running 9 miles per hour.
Between 1 hour and 1 hour, 20 minutes.
One hour before running
I would say an average about 30 miles an hour. I have heard about a pitt-bull running 35 miles an hour though. However they can get tired pretty easy and end up running at a steady pace of 20 MPH. I still think it is really fast though!
This does not sound normal. Take a specimen of your pee to the doctor.
a little over an hour with no stops