- How many miles is 1 hour drive?
- How long does it take to go 1 mile at 80 mph?
- How many miles is 2 hours walking?
- Is a 50 mile commute too much?
- How many miles is a 20 minute drive?
- How long does it take to drive 20 miles at 30 mph?
- Is 30 minutes too far to drive to work?
- Is 2 hours too far to commute?
- How long will it take to walk 50 miles?
- How many minute is a mile?
- How much is a 30 minute drive?
- How many miles does the average person drive to work?
- How much gas do you burn per mile?
- How many miles can you drive on empty?
- Should I buy a car with 150k miles?
- How many miles can you drive in an hour at 60 mph?
- How long of a drive is 30 miles?
- How long of a drive is 25 miles?
- Which is faster 60 miles an hour or 60 feet a second?
- How long will it take to walk 20 miles?
- How many miles is 40 minutes of running?

## How many miles is 1 hour drive?

Your average speed is then 100 miles divided by 1.5 hours which equals 66.67 miles per hour.

When calculating miles per hour for distances that take only minutes, you convert the number of minutes to fractions of an hour.

For example, suppose it takes you 15 minutes to travel 6 miles..

## How long does it take to go 1 mile at 80 mph?

Answer and Explanation: 80 miles / 60 minutes = 1 mile / t minutes.

## How many miles is 2 hours walking?

The average person walks approximately 2 miles per hour. So, if you walk at an average pace for an hour, you’d be able to walk 2 miles. A good range should be anywhere from 1 (slow pace) to 4 (fast pace). If you are walking 5 miles or more in an hour, you are no longer walking but rather jogging or running.

## Is a 50 mile commute too much?

Rule of thumb is most people find a 45-minute commute tolerable, more than that is too much. 55 miles in heavy traffic every day will get old, it would have to be one hell of an opportunity to make this worthwhile.

## How many miles is a 20 minute drive?

You are traveling 15 MPH faster than 20 minutes. At 15 MPH you are traveling at 0.25 of a mile per minute, so it takes 4 minutes to go a mile, or 80 minutes to go 20 miles. 80 minutes minus 20 minutes is 60 minutes.

## How long does it take to drive 20 miles at 30 mph?

The car covers 20 miles at a speed of 30 mph. So the time taken to cover 20 miles 20*60/30 = 40 min.

## Is 30 minutes too far to drive to work?

30 minutes is not a bad commute by any stretch. Issues arise when your income doesn’t cover it well. Part time and minimum wage might not make it worth it considering gas and tolls. If I didn’t work close to home, 30 minutes would be a no brainer.

## Is 2 hours too far to commute?

Two hours is too far to commute daily. Too much of a strain own your body. Too much of a strain on your family. Too much of a strain on your performance.

## How long will it take to walk 50 miles?

So in theory; about 16 to 17 hours; the reality is that you need some rest and food, so probably more like 20 hours for a fit person. It depends on the terrain and the person walking, but on a flat tarmacked road, the general guess is that you walk 1 mile every 20 minutes. So, 50 miles would be about 17 hours.

## How many minute is a mile?

10 minutesA noncompetitive, relatively in-shape runner usually completes one mile in about 9 to 10 minutes, on average. If you’re new to running, you might run one mile in closer to 12 to 15 minutes as you build up endurance. Elite marathon runners average a mile in around 4 to 5 minutes.

## How much is a 30 minute drive?

If you drive for 30 minutes, and the cost is 15 cents per minute.

## How many miles does the average person drive to work?

16 milesAccording to ABC News, the average American drives 16 miles to work each way, with a daily commute totaling nearly an hour round trip.

## How much gas do you burn per mile?

On average, Americans are now paying about 15 cents a mile for the gas they buy, but the cost varies widely, depending on the vehicle.

## How many miles can you drive on empty?

According to the chart, you can expect to get anywhere from 30 miles to more than 100 miles on a nearly empty tank, depending on the car. Of course, the real-life numbers will vary based on how you drive, your car’s condition, and other variables, so Your Mechanic emphasizes they’re all just rough approximations.

## Should I buy a car with 150k miles?

It isn’t bad to buy a car with more than 150K miles, but it can be expensive. It can also be a great bargain. … If the car is in good shape and not likely to have big repairs soon, it could be worth buying, for the right price.

## How many miles can you drive in an hour at 60 mph?

Normal roads 60 Miles at the normal 60 MPH limit takes about 1 1/2 hours. I used to travel the same journey every weekend 300 KM 180 miles at a cruising speed of 80 MPH, 130 KPH.

## How long of a drive is 30 miles?

That is: 30 miles times sixty minutes over 25 miles. The unit of measure “miles” cancels out, so the result would be 72 minutes.

## How long of a drive is 25 miles?

20 minutes. That depends. On the interstate, maybe 30 minutes, give or take, to go 25 miles. On some of the backroads, anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours, not counting traffic, to go 25 miles.

## Which is faster 60 miles an hour or 60 feet a second?

Example: What is 60 mph in fps? A mile has 5,280 feet, and an hour has 3,600 seconds, so 60 miles per hour is: 60 x 5,280 / 3,600 = 88 fps.

## How long will it take to walk 20 miles?

A normal person can walk 20 miles (32.19 km) to 25 miles (40.23 km) in 8 hours, and when I said normal I meant Healthy person. There isn’t a fix number some people walk at fast pace some at low and some in the middle. And there are also athletes who can cover that distance at even fast pace, due to their training.

## How many miles is 40 minutes of running?

5 milesIt’s easy to see why when you consider that 5 miles of threshold-pace running will take 40 minutes for an athlete whose threshold pace is 8:00 per mile, but only 30 minutes for an athlete whose threshold pace is 6:00 per mile. A 5-mile threshold run is therefore a much harder workout for a slower athlete.