Would your sundial read the same time as another sundial 100 miles directly north of you?
yes, as long as its on the same line of longitude you can use the same sundial
Depends on how many miles away. The sun orbits the earth every 24 hours. So, say there were two sundials, one in Las Vegas, and the other in Salt Lake City. They both would show different times, because the sun is continuously moving to another longitude. However, two sundials on the same longitude line will show the same time always (if both are set up accurately)
This depends greatly on the rate at which you are traveling. At 32 Miles Per Hour (32 MPH) it would take exactly one hour, assuming you mean how many hours it would take to travel that many miles. You can not directly convert hours to miles or vice versa, as they are not similar units, such as feet and inches, or miles and kilometers are.
Within 50 miles of Buffalo New York, you could first visit Niagara Falls, New York, directly north. Twenty miles west of Niagara Falls, New York is Lockport, NY. You could then drive northeast to Rochester, NY. South, you would end up in Batavia, NY. Directly west where Buffalo sits, you would end up in Lake Erie.
It varies go greatly there is no real answer. Depends on your driving habits and so much more. I have known a Corolla to need front brakes at 20,000 miles and another went 75,000 miles, Keep in mind that the front brakes do 70% of the stopping and the replacement interval is directly proportional to that.
As Fwmh said ," Miles is a unit of length , minutes is a measure of time, the two can not be directly equated" . But if you are looking for How many miles one can run in 180 min? then you can calculate it by simple equation of Distance =Speed X Time where speed is in Miles per Minute and Time is in Minutes.
To say that an equation is directly proportional is somewhat incorrect. What we say instead is that a variable on one side of the equation (in other words, on one side of the equals sign) is directly proportional to another variable on the other side. What this means is that if when one variable increases (gets bigger), the other one does, too, then these variables are directly proportional to each other. For example, take the…
Well Jollyville is actually located within the north-northwest part of Austin so really there is no miles really but if it had to be technical it would be roughly 15 miles because all maps and signs list the miles from one location to the city by listing the miles directly to the center of town. Also Jollyville is in the area of Parmer and Mcneil off 183
Hours and miles measure two quite different things. You can convert one to another if you know at what speed you are travelling. In this case, hours = miles / (miles per hours). Hours and miles measure two quite different things. You can convert one to another if you know at what speed you are travelling. In this case, hours = miles / (miles per hours). Hours and miles measure two quite different things. You…