# How long will it take to go 170 miles?

## How long will it take to go 170 miles?

170 miles = T multiplied by 55 m/h Divide both sides by 55 give us: 170/55=T Reduce the fraction gives us: 3 1/11 hours is the time it takes.

**How long does it take to go one mile at 80 mph?**

Thus it takes 1/80 hours to go one mile. You can convert to a decimal and say that you go one mile in 0.0125 hours but it is probably to give the time in minutes.

### How long does it take to go one mile in one hour?

Susann, If you go 80 miles in one hour then you go one mile in one-eightieth of an hour. Thus it takes 1/80 hours to go one mile. You can convert to a decimal and say that you go one mile in 0.0125 hours but it is probably to give the time in minutes.

**How long does it take to drive 300 miles at 100 mph?**

The obvious one is that driving 300 miles at 100 mph would take 3 hours, not 4. The other mistake is thinking that given a constant distance, but differing speeds, that the mean speed can be found with the arithmetic mean, or average.

## How long does it take to travel 200 miles in 4 hours?

You traveled 200 miles in 4 hours and 30 minutes. In the “Distance in miles” field, enter the 200. For the hours, enter “4.” For the minutes, enter “30.”

Thus it takes 1/80 hours to go one mile. You can convert to a decimal and say that you go one mile in 0.0125 hours but it is probably to give the time in minutes.

Susann, If you go 80 miles in one hour then you go one mile in one-eightieth of an hour. Thus it takes 1/80 hours to go one mile. You can convert to a decimal and say that you go one mile in 0.0125 hours but it is probably to give the time in minutes.

You traveled 200 miles in 4 hours and 30 minutes. In the “Distance in miles” field, enter the 200. For the hours, enter “4.” For the minutes, enter “30.”

**How to calculate your average miles per hour?**

Miles Per Hour Formula: MPH = Miles/(Hours + (Minutes/60)) Miles Per Hour Definition Our Miles Per Hour Calculator can tell you how many miles you drive in a single stretch. On long road trips, knowing how many miles you are averaging per hour can give you an idea of how long it will take to get to your destination.