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# How do you calculate distance traveled from mph?

## How do you calculate distance traveled from mph?

How far you go in a given time depends on your speed. In the United States, MPH (miles per hour) measures the speed of a vehicle. Using the rate of miles divided by the hours for the speed, you need only the time you traveled to calculate your distance.Use this formula for any type of vehicle — cars,…

How many miles per second can a vehicle travel at 30 mph?

A: Maybe a second. Q: Then you have to close in and underscore how the defendant is contradicting himself/herself; the court has taken judicial notice of how far vehicles can travel over time at given speeds. You would agree that at 30 mph a vehicle is traveling at 2 miles per minute.

### How many feet per second is 35 miles per hour?

35 miles per hour = 51.3 feet per second 40 miles per hour = 58.7 feet per second 45 miles per hour = 66.0 feet per second 50 miles per hour = 73.3 feet per second

How to find the distance traveled in minutes?

For instance, if you traveled for 5 minutes that equals 5/60 = 0.83 hours. Multiply the number of hours by the speed in miles per hour to find the distance traveled.

How far you go in a given time depends on your speed. In the United States, MPH (miles per hour) measures the speed of a vehicle. Using the rate of miles divided by the hours for the speed, you need only the time you traveled to calculate your distance.Use this formula for any type of vehicle — cars,…

35 miles per hour = 51.3 feet per second 40 miles per hour = 58.7 feet per second 45 miles per hour = 66.0 feet per second 50 miles per hour = 73.3 feet per second

A: Maybe a second. Q: Then you have to close in and underscore how the defendant is contradicting himself/herself; the court has taken judicial notice of how far vehicles can travel over time at given speeds. You would agree that at 30 mph a vehicle is traveling at 2 miles per minute.

For instance, if you traveled for 5 minutes that equals 5/60 = 0.83 hours. Multiply the number of hours by the speed in miles per hour to find the distance traveled.

Ruth Doyle