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Q: What speed on the treadmill is 300 meters run in 63 seconds?

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340 meters/second vs 300 million meters/second

It can go 300 meters per second. #748.

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Wavelength = speed/frequency = 300 million meters per second/1 per second = 300 million meters.

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0.19 miles is about 300 metres. Hard to set .19 miles on a treadmill. What i do is set the sprint speed on the treadmill at 10 miles per hour, and time it for 60 seconds. I make .19 or so in the 60 seconds and that includes the treadmill warming up. Takes about 8 seconds for it to get up to the 10 mph sprint speed.

Since there are 3600 seconds in one hour, 12 seconds is 1/300 hour.To travel 18 meters in 12 seconds is the same average speed as traveling 5400 (300 x 18) meters in 1 hour, or 54 km per hour.

I think it must be 300 x 30...

well, im not sure if jets travel at constant speeds, but if they dont the average speed would be 300m/s(meters per second).

300 meters/60 sec. = 75 meters/X sec. 300X = 4500 X =15 seconds ------------------- no 300/60 = 5 75/25 = 3 ---------------no, again

4.5 mph i think isnt it speed = distance over time so 300 divided by 72 = 4.5 approx

The average speed is exactly 30 meters per 6 seconds. Expressed in some other units . . . -- 300 meters/minute -- 18 kilometers/hour -- 5 meters/second -- 0.005 millimeters/microsecond

If you run 100 meters in 20 seconds then you ran 300 feet in 20 seconds. That is 600 feet a minute. Multiply that by 60 to get 36,000 feet in an hour. Divide that by 5280feet (how many feet are in a mile). And you get about 6.8 mph

340 meters/second vs 300 million meters/second

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That has a lot to do with how fast the treadmill is running. If it's running at 5 miles per hour, then it runs 300 meters every 2min14sec. Whereas if the motor isn't running, you can stand there all week, shifting from one foot to the other, and you won't cover a meter.

Her average speed was 10 m/s. You probably missed something in the question, there isn't enough there to determine "how much it increased by".

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