What is the top speed a horse can reach?
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A horse can reach speeds of up to about 70 km/h. Witha stride lenght of 7 meters.
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Answer . \nThe 1995 VTEC 4 cylinder was limited to 120mph, so I would bet the 94 is about the same.
Answer . There are 3 capacitors inside the fan, wired to the pull chain switch. one or all of these will be all melted and derformed. replace the damaged capacitors, the values are written right on them. . these caps are what control the speed of the fan by limiting voltage to the motor.
I have timed my Border Collie ( Bobby ) several times over one hundred yards, with a stopwatch. Comes out at about 6 seconds, which is 34 mph, and that is from a lie down start, on a recall command. Add to that agility, stamina, intelligence and a natural herding instinct, and you have a special bre…ed of dog. ( Full Answer )
Answer . 100000000000000000000. The current record holder is ThrustSSC, a twin turbofan jet powered car, which achieved 763 mph over a measured one mile course.
Walk: Roughly 3-4 MPH. Trot: The trot is roughly 8-10 MPH. Canter/Lope: 10-17 MPH. Gallop: This depends on the horse's condition and athletic ability, some horse's gallop is about 30 MPH, but a more athletic horse can go as fast as 50 MPH.
A Horse Can Reach It's Top Speed At 45 miles An Hour, How Cool Is That?!
340.29 meters per second at sea level, or approximately 760 miles per hour.. The sonic boom is created when the speed passes the speed of sound, and that varies depending on the air pressure.
Race horses can usually run up to 69km per hour that's around 50m per hour
My 1 year old kelpie border x can easily reach speeds over 50km an hour. I have trouble keeping up with her at full speed on my bike. Not sure if this is normal as she is much faster than my other dog.
Many thunderstorms produce very little wind, and wind speeds inmost thunderstorms do not exceed 40 mild per hour. In rare cases,though, thunderstorms may produce winds to well over 100 milers perhour.
On the California or Spa track, try to get as fast as you can, you should be able to get it.
A cheetah can run at 70mph but only for short distances, they usually run at 40-50 mph.
Im not sure either but i kno my dad took something off of mine and made it go atleast 40.
Most cheetahs range between 70-75 miles per hour, but the fastest cheetah ever could reach 116 miles per hour. Cheetah's actual fastest speed ever recorded was 64 mph..Top speed for the cheetah is between 65-70 mph.
the engine is automaticaly restricted so it wont go over 60-65 mph. however racing spark plug and 97 unleaded will take it to 70-73 mph. to get more u need to change ecu unit but this kinda operation cost Â£1200 and simply isnt worth it. after all unrestricted x8 will do 90 - 94 mph but its simply… pushing it too far and hard on 125 ccm anyway, . stick to good fuel and spark plug and u ll see the difference in acceleration and top speed. or option nr 2 -get full license and ZX9R . and a coffin as well . better be safe :-) ( Full Answer )
Racehorse. Greyhounds reach speeds of 45 miles an hour. Horses reach speeds of up to 60 miles an hour.
34mph is the average for most horses. 45 is more like the speed of racehorses and Quarter horses can reach 55 miles an hour for short sprints
A horse can sprint for about a minute or so, before it needs to stop.
Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) normally idle around at about 5-11 kph, but when hunting can reach speeds of 29-35 kph.
That question is not very specific. The answer in general is the speed of light. A better question would be to specify what object or thing in respect to what, like what was the fastest speed ever achieved by a manned land vehicle.
If you mean cat, as in cheetah, they can reach speeds of 60 mph in about 6 seconds..
A sprinter can accelerate with constant acceleration for 3.40 s before reaching top speed He can run the 100-meter dash in 10 s?
1/2a(3.4)^2+[3.4a(a=0)](6.6)=100  is Vi and a in this case is 0 at it stops to accelerate when itgets to 3.4s so a=100/(.5)(3.4)^2....=17.30 now Vf=(3.4*17.30)+17.30(6.6)...=173.01
Mud slides are a fast type of mudflow that are ussually up to 50 mp/h. Now mudflows are ussualy less depending on what caused it. Some are only a few meters a day at top speed depending on how much of a slope and how long the slope is. They also depend on haw thick the mud is.
The Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird, after fifty years, is still the highest performing manned aircraft, that can take-off from a ground based facility, unequaled in speed, range, and altitude, and astonishing good looks. The ultimate record was set in 1976 @ 2,193.167 mph in horizontal flight from New Yo…rk to London at 85,000 feet ( Full Answer )
The parachutist will no longer accelerate. They will just glide with constant velocity and enjoy the scenery.
Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This means they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour.. Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This mea…ns they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour. 36.80 MPH ( Full Answer )
I assume you mean the track that James May drove the Bugatti Veyron to it's top advertised speed of 407 Km/h? If that's the case... It's a closed test track owned by Volkswagen AG, located near the former East German Border (http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Ehra-Lessien&sll…=54.033586,20.083008&sspn=13.448022,39.506836&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Lessien+Ehra-Lessien,+Gifhorn,+Lower+Saxony,+Germany&ll=52.611283,10.783596&spn=0.056809,0.154324&t=h&z=13 and also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ehra-Lessien) FYI - It was also built away from spy plane and satellite known flying routes to avoid international or corporate espionage. You can't drive on it... in case that's what you were wondering. ( Full Answer )
About 2-3 seconds. Its about that many strides, 2-3. They can't go the distance like a Thoroughbred but they are unbeatable for sprints. And they accelerate incrediably fast. They truly are 'nature's race car'.
As far as we understand physics today, we won't ever be able to get to the speed of light. The faster you go, the harder it gets to go any faster. So that last little fraction will "always" remain impossible - or at least until someone invents a whole new branch of physics. So the only ships that c…an reach the speed of light are the ones in our imagination.. ( Full Answer )
F1 cars never really get up to their absolute top speed as even inqualifying, they wouldn't get to their max speed. To get to highspeed at tracks like Monza and SPA during a qualifying race weekendsession. Low downforce with aero stream can help to get a F1 car toit top speed at the track. For off t…rack, it those with a longenough road bearing in mind tyres can explode and to have enoughfuel to get to speed without effecting performance. ( Full Answer )
A horse can reach up to about 43 to 44 miles per hour at top speed.
Individual particles have been accelerated to over 99.9% of the speed of light. Spaceship have not even reached a tenth of one percent of the speed of light.
The wind speeds in Neptune reach very high speeds i do not know the exact but you know maybe you should try Google ha ha that would be very much better....
Quarter horses, specifically those bred for Quarter Horse racing. They can reach speeds of 55 mph!
in 2008 when usain bolt won the 100m, he ran 0.82 seconds from 60m-70m .This equals about 43.5km/h
(Escape velocity) at least 7 miles ber second. Close-Orbital velocity is about 5 miles per second.
Your average car can reach speeds of up to 230km\h. The highest speed reached ever by a car is 413km\h.
Which is A ball at rest is dropped from the top of an inclined plane at a height of 50 cm What is the speed of the ball when it reaches the bottom of the plane?
3.13 m/s Gain of KE = Loss of PE 1/2 m v^2 = m g h V = sqrt(2gh) = sqrt(2 x 9.8 x .5) = 3.13 m/s
It's well known, and has been confirmed in thousands of experiments over the past hundred years, that an object's mass increases as its speed increases. That's true even if the object is you. Since it takes more force to accelerate objects with more mass, as your speed increases, it takes m…ore force, and more energy, to increase it more. Eventually, as you approach the speeed of light, your mass is approaching infinity, and the additional energy required to speed you up some more is also approaching infinity. That's one reason ... the amount of energy required to boost you to huge speeds. Another reason is the amount of time. How much acceleration can you tolerate ? 3 Gs ? 5 Gs ? Let's say you're a superhero, with fingernails of steel and a gut to match, and you can live and breathe and enjoy yourself very well with a constant 10 Gs ... meaning you can walk around and function even though you weigh somewhere between 1,500 pounds and a ton. At 10 Gs acceleration, it takes you 35 days 9.1 hours to reach 10% of the speed of light! ( Full Answer )
as a skydiver falls to the earth,there is air friction in the opposite direction to the force of gravity pulling him towards the earth. As he falls to earth he reaches a higher & higher speed up until the point at which the force of friction caused by air (upwards) is the same as or equals the force… of gravity (downwards) and he cannot accelerate any further..ie he reaches a top speed ( Full Answer )
It depends, thoroughbreds are the fastest of all and fittest so they can run further, longer and faster. But no-one has actually try to see what the longest time at gallop is.
Don't trouble yourself with worry. At the present time, there is no known practical way. to do that.. If you could accelerate yourself at the rate of (60 miles per hour faster) every second,. you would have to withstand about 65 days of that ordeal ... burning fuel continuously .... before you a…chieved 1/2 of the speed of light.. Maybe some day. Who knows. . ( Full Answer )
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An American Quarter horse that is bred to race will be able to sprint at speeds of 40 to 55 MPH over a distance of 440 yards (A quarter mile).
Wind gusts in tornadoes can exceed 300 mph (480 km/h), thoughtornadoes this intense are very rare. Most tornadoes have windsless than 110 mph.
The top speed of the 2007 John Deere Gator 620i is 30 miles per hour. There are competitive models available that are said to reach up to 50 miles per hour.
The soccer ball reaches its top speed of about 75 mph 1 secondafter being hit.
Of course we will. But shall we? Who or what are "we"? When a body reaches celerity it undergoes the ChÃ¨rÃ¨ncov effect. Celerity depends on a medium's refractive index by Snell's law and may be modified to a fractional or negative index by the Scharnhorst effect. (Scharnhorst and Barton we…re not able to show that the wavefront velocity in their experiment exceeded c, but they argued that it is plausible. It thus remains hypothetical.) ( Full Answer )
F-15s got 0-60 mph in 3.0 seconds and F-16s go 0-60 mph in 4.1seconds. The maximum speed for an F-15 is about 1650 mph. To reachthat speed, it would take an F-15 27.5 seconds. Simple Answer: approximately 27.5 seconds.
In rare cases the winds in a tornado may exceed 300 miles per hour,though only small portions of the path would be affected by suchextreme winds. The wind in most tornadoes will not be over 100miles per hour.