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How long does it takes to drive 1 mile?


  1. How long does it takes to drive 1 mile?
  2. How long is a mile in minutes?
  3. How many minutes is 2 miles?
  4. Is 13 minutes a mile good?
  5. How fast would you need to go to go a mile a second?
  6. How far is a 30 minute walk?
  7. What speed is 1 mile?

How long does it takes to drive 1 mile?

One hour is 60 minutes so 60 miles in 60 minutes equals 1 mile in one minute. Since there are 60 minutes in one hour, and you're traveling 60 mph, it takes you one minute to travel 1 mile.

How long is a mile in minutes?

How many minutes is 1 mile?minutes per mile to mile per second0.01667minutes per mile to mile per minute1minutes per mile to foot per minute5,280minutes per mile to inch per minute63,360minutes per mile to mile per hour (mph)6027 Nov 2021

How many minutes is 2 miles?

2 miles… distance is said to be relative. Walking, this takes most people about 45 minutes. Riding a bike, 15 minutes.

Is 13 minutes a mile good?

Kastor says a new runner can shoot for 12 to 13 minute pace per mile as a good range to start off with, with walk breaks structured in. Start with a 3-minute run, then walk for 1 minute to recover. This will help you keep your breathing in check and heart rate up.

How fast would you need to go to go a mile a second?

Pace (Various Sports)mile per second to minutes per kilometer0.01036mile per second to minutes per mile0.01667mile per second to seconds per mile1mile per second to time per mile (HH:MM:SS)00:00:01mile per second to seconds per 100 yards0.05682

How far is a 30 minute walk?

How Far Can You Walk in 30 Minutes? If you walk at a brisk walking pace for 30 minutes, the distance you will cover would be: 1.5 to 2.0 miles.

What speed is 1 mile?

Miles per hour is often used for car speeds. One minute at 60 mph will move you 1 mile.



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