Who does more work a walker or a bicyclist if both travel one mile?
The walker uses much more energy and does the most work to cover that mile. A bicycle is a simple and marvelously efficient machine.
Average speed = distance / time distance = 10 km time = 1.5 hours Average speed = 10 km / 1.5 hours = 6.67 km/hours or 1 mile = 1.60934 km 6.67 km/hr = 4.14 miles/hr Because we do not know if the speed of the bicyclist was constant or not, we can only give the average speed of this cyclist.
Oh, when I am 60 I will probably need a walker and will barely be able to manage 1 mile per hour so it will probably take me 5 hours.
It will take him 7 hours 30 minutes.
You will travel 5,280ft, which is 1 mile.
18 seconds to travel a mile at 200 mph.
A nautical mile is 1.1 land miles.
yes a worm can travel a mile in its life many miles infact....................but it is likely to get caught by a human and die
If a bicyclist completes a 100-mile race in 3 hours 45 minutes what is the average speed in miles per hour of the bicyclist?
3 hours and 45 minutes = 225 minutes. 100 miles divided by 225 = 0.4444 recurring miles per minute. 0.4444 recurring x 60 = 26.666 recurring miles per hour.
If it takes 39 minutes to travel 2.7 miles it will take 14 minutes 26 seconds to travel one mile.
If you travel at 1mph, that means one mile in every hour. So the answer is 1 hour.
55.4 seconds per mile at 65mph
It depends on the tornado. Tornadoes vary greatly in both size and in how far they travel. A typical tornado is 50 to 100 yards wide and travels a mile or two, so the area affected is quite small. The very largest tornadoes can be well over a mile wide and the longest-lasting can travel a couple hundred miles.
Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Mileage Reimbursement Rates 2011: Automobile: $0.51 per mile Motorcycle: $.048 per mile Airplane: $1.29 per mile
The time required for a space vehicle to travel 1 mile is precisely (3,600 seconds)/(speed of the ship, in mph) .
I will travel to the ends of the earth for a good bowl of noodles. I won't cross the road for a turnip. I will travel 2 miles for an excellent grilled burger. I will travel about 1 mile for a top notch spaghetti and meatballs. I will travel less than 1/2 mile to go to a theatre.
Similar forms of government Easy travel between the two Closely related cultures or they're both diverse countries A 5525 mile border
Light travels approximately 186,282 miles per second, so it takes about 1/186,282 seconds to travel 1 mile.
At 60mph you would travel 60 miles in one hour. To travel one mile (1/60 the distance) it would take 1/60 the time.There are 60 minutes to an hour, so at 60mph it will take you 1 minute to travel one mile.
John Walker was the first man to run one mile under four minutes. He ran one mile in 3:50 (3 minutes, 50 seconds).
John Walker is a New Zealand athlete that was the first human being to run the mile in under 3:50 breaking the world record by over 1.5 seconds!
The minimum speed you need to go to travel 1 mile in 30 minutes is .5 miles per hour, or 44 feet per second. actually to travel one mile in 60 minutes (one mile per hour),you walk...well,one mile per hour.Therefore to walk the same distance in half the time,you have to double the speed,in this case,2 miles per hour.
A statute mile is used as the imperial measurement primarily in the USA and UK for land based distances. The statue mile equates to 1609.3 metres to one decimal place. The nautical mile, as the name suggests, is the predominant unit of measurement in the maritime world e.g. sea travel, air travel. The nautical mile equates to exactly 1852 metres. Thus, 1 nautical mile = 1.1508 statute miles
Not even one half mile. In the US, a standard mile is 5,280 feet. So, you still have 3,280 feet to go to get to the one mile marker. you would travel 0.378787878787878787878787 (and it keeps going forever) miles
If you travel a mile in 8 minutes, you are traviling at 7.5 miles per hour
They would usually travel about 10 to 15 miles a day. On rainy and/or muddy days, sometimes they only traveled a mile! It took them about 7-10 days to travel what a car travels in an hour.
About 1 mile
about 5 seconds
In excess of one mile
Well in excess of a mile.
Up to a mile
17.6 feet/second*60 seconds/minute*60 minutes/hour=63360 feet per hour there are 5280 feet in a mile 63360 feet/hour*mile/5280 feet=12 miles per hour 90 miles/12 miles per hour=7.5 hours
At 60 miles per hour, you can travel 1 mile in one minute. Sixty miles per is the standard. At 12 miles per hour it takes 5 minutes to travel 1 mile. 60/12 = 5.
Takes her 60 seconds to do what? Travel 1 mile? Travel 10 miles?
You will travel 11.9 minutes.
At 60mph you will travel a distance of 1 mile in 1 minute.
John Walker of New Zealand at 3:49.4 in 1975.
At 60 mph you travel 1 mile per minute. At 80 mph it is 60/80 x 60 seconds = 45 seconds.
How many places on Earth can one travel one mile south one mile west then one mile north and have returned to the point of orgin?
Just ONE - the North pole !
It wouldn't travel at all. Sound can't travel in a vacum. (Translation: Sound can't travel in outer space.)
You travel 51.3 feet per second.
it would take 1 hour to travel a mile going at 60 mph
one twenty fourth of a mile
80 mile in 1 hour.
About 2.91 seconds.
No. They rarely travel more than a mile from their burrow.
Up to a mile or so.
It depends on it's speed.
That depends on its speed.