probably not because the average person runs 100 meters in 20-25 seconds, a person will be lucky to sprint it in under 20 seconds
(4 meters/second)(40 seconds) = 160 meters.
Just divide the distance by the time. The answer is in meters/second. If you want to convert that to the more commonly used kilometers/hour, multiply the number of meters/second by 3.6.
They are the same .
Someone traveling 10 meters in 5 seconds is moving at the same speed as the one going 20 meters in 10 seconds.
(1,000 meters/20 minutes) x (1 minute/60 seconds) = 5/6 meter per second
The person travels a total of 4000 m in 400 seconds, so their average speed is 10m/s. However velocity is a vector quantity, and is defined as displacement/time. The total displacement is only 400 m, so the average velocity is just 1m/s.
The average lifespan in the US is 78.4 years, which is 41,235,264 minutes, or 2,474,115,840 seconds.
443/0.6 = 7381/3 seconds = 12 minutes 181/3 seconds