Q: What would make a car overheat around 40 miles per hour?

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Only for a few seconds. If a cheetah ran that fast for a long time it would overheat and die!

you would have gone around 480 miles and hour

Depends on the speed. Assuming 60 miles per hour, that would be about half an hour.Depends on the speed. Assuming 60 miles per hour, that would be about half an hour.Depends on the speed. Assuming 60 miles per hour, that would be about half an hour.Depends on the speed. Assuming 60 miles per hour, that would be about half an hour.

75 miles an hour and for 5 minutes. If it runs to long on a hot day it will overheat.

Really? ... 8 MILES PER HOUR! The would travel EIGHT MILES IN AN HOUR!

Mars' mean orbital velocity is 15 miles (24.1 km) per second.That would be 54,000 miles per hour.

Your average speed would be 5.33 miles per hour.

About 67,000 miles per hour.

at the rate of 30 miles per hour it would take 1 hour. at the rate of 30 miles per hour it would take 1 hour.

Since 60 minutes is "an hour" and you are running at 5.2 miles per hour for 60 minutes, the answer would be 5.2 miles. (Maybe it would be easier to under stand if you change miles per hour to miles in an hour.)

It would be 90 miles per hour

Depends on your speed. If your driving 60 miles an hour then it would take around 14 hours

About 50 hours.

it is around 105 miles per hour

1 hour. You can go 80 miles in an hour. Hence Miles Per Hour or MPH.... If you were traveling at 45 Miles Per Hour, that means In 1 Hour you cover 45 Miles

Errr, that would be 70!

less. I think kilometres are 5/8 of a mile so 30 miles would be around 48km.

60 miles per hour = 48.3 kilometers per hour.

around 130 miles per hour

Around 50 miles per hour.

Around 18-20 miles per hour

No, you would use more.

Exactly 100 miles

At the equator you would have to be travelling at about 2,083 miles per hour.

At 80 miles per hour, one hour. At sixty miles per hour, 80 minutes.