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3 Minute Math Converting Miles to Kilometres / Kilometers
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Convert miles to Km in 2 seconds
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How to Convert From Miles to Kilometers in Java NetBean
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Math problem speed distance conversion of Km/hr to m/s
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Excel Google Maps Distance and Travel Time Calculator with Directions API
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Math Lessons: How to Calculate Minutes Per Mile
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Math Antics Units of Distance
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1 mile equals 1.6 kilometers: miles x 1.6 = kilometers. 1 kilometer equals 0.62 miles: kilometers x 0.62 = miles. You can also look it up your distance on the charts below, which range from a quarter mile to the marathon distance of 26.2. Or you can also use this calculator.Finish Time: Enter Distance and Pace (hours, minutes, seconds), then select “Do the Math” to get your Time.
The result will appear on the blank line. More Walking Resources. How Far Is That?: Convert miles and kilometers and see expected time at common walking paces.Walking Time Calculator (Miles Per Hour) If you prefer to work in kilometers per hour, move to Walking Time Calculator KPH.
If you have not used this calculator before, please read the text below it first. Please allow a few seconds for the calculator to load. Please note “Delete” does not work.Walking time = 2.5 miles per hour.
Climbing Time = 1 minute for every 10 metres ascent. Descent Time = 1 minute for every 25 metres descent. Breaktime = 1 minute per Breaktime minute. If you feel that 3 miles an hour is your average walking speed then simply deduct some time from the walk.
1 mi = 1.609344 km. The distance d in kilometers (km) is equal to the distance d in miles (mi) times 1.609344: d(km) = d(mi) × 1.609344.distance = speed x time Rate and speed are similar since they both represent some distance per unit time like miles per hour or kilometers per hour.
If rate r is the same as speed s, r = s = d/t. You can use the equivalent formula d = rt which means distance equals rate times time.About Speed Distance Time Calculator. This online calculator tool can be a great help for calculating time basing on such physical concepts as speed and distance. Distance: 60 miles Time = Distance / Speed Time = 60 miles / (40 km/h) 1 mile = 1.609344 km Time = 60 × 1.609344 km / (40 km/h) Time = 96.56064 km (40 km/h) Time = 2.414016 h.
What Can You Calculate with a Pace Calculator? Determine how fast your pace should be if you have a certain finish time for a desired distance or race. For example, find out what pace you need to keep to run a 28minute 5K or a sub2:00 half marathon. Determine what your pace was for your training run around the neighborhood or track.This free pace calculator computes pace, time, and distance, given values for two of the variables.
It can also be used for training purposes through the multipoint pace calculator, convert between units of pace, and estimate a finish time. Learn more about heart rate zones and different types of exercise, or explore hundreds of other calculators addressing math, finance, health, fitness, and.Not enough? Here’s how to burn more calories while walking..
What’s Your Pace? If you use metric units instead of Imperial, you may want to use the Pace Calculator to convert minutes per kilometer into minutes per mile and kilometers per hour into miles per hour.. Walking for Weight Loss. 10 Things to Stop Doing If You Want to Walk Off Weight: Walking burns calories, but you need to eliminate.
Use this page to learn how to convert between miles and kilometres. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units! ›› Quick conversion chart of miles to km. 1 miles to km = 1.60934 km. 5 miles to km = 8.04672 km. 10 miles to km = 16.09344 km.
15 miles to km = 24.14016 km. 20 miles to km = 32.18688 km. 25 miles to km = 40.2336 km.
Running a 6minute mile 6 minutes Yoga 40 minutes Running a 7minute mile (Trailrunning hills) 7 minutes Bowling, Golfing/Frisbee Golfing/ Baseball/Softball 20 minutes (Only record actual time spent performing activity) STEPS TO MINUTES TO MILES CONVERSION CHART STEPS MINUTES MILES STEPS MINUTES MILES 500 5.25 5,500 55 2.75.Steps to km, steps to miles – Convert feet, miles or kilometers to steps – and vice versa. Plus, many tips for measuring your steplength and the truth about the 10,000 stepsaday myth.
Jogging, walking, striving to work, hiking or strolling: most of the time, we know the length of the walk but not the number of steps it will take to cover it.This is composed of three sections to do classic Time, Speed and Distance calculations. In the Time calculator, enter the distance value and conversion units designation.
Then enter the speed value and conversion designation for it. Click on Calculate Speed. In the Distance calculator, enter the speed value and conversion units designation.
It’s a really quick way of converting Km To Miles 1 Kilometre = 0.621371192 Miles 1 Miles = 1.6093 Kilometres A common question we get asked is How many km in a mile?
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91 comments
Hi there this is my first time watching the video.
I I am grateful for the video but at 7.28 into the explanation I got confused with the 1000 divided by 3600.
I heard multiplied the 45 by 1000 = 45000
And then I divided the 45000 by 3600. Is this correct because I arrived at the same answer is video.
Deceptive title? Not sure but 5 minutes and 15 seconds to explain what takes 2 seconds. Very �� On a serious note great job!
Stop complaining people
She has made the effort to teach us so don’t complain!!
ok, If I need converted for foot to miles per hour?
ex: distance 12 foot, time 2 second!!!! What is my speed in mph?
Thanks….
This helped me out a lot, considering the fact that my teacher doesn’t really explain it in a way I can understand. But this was worded much simpler and was easier to understand, thank you.
You should cover feet per minute or the extra steps to better soak in this concept. Or at least change one of the variables for more context.
Thanks nonetheless
Sir, You are great…
Thanks for all your great tutorial videos.
Hi, i tried your code and get #value when tried the traveldistance and traveltime. I think its because the json format is different now, when i tried to open the link in browser there is no “leg” in there. can you help?
Hi, I did it the exact way as the video, but when I use the formula It gives me a #VALUE! for the time and distance, I also wanted to know if this works for coordinates (I also tried using the same direction as the video but I have the same result)
Hi there, Your video is really a good one and you describe all the process very clear.
But after I try to use it on excel, it continuously asking for macro reference. As if the macro doesn’t exist.
can you help me with this error?
Thank you for the great tutorial. I have a similar question as Mohit below. I have multiple list of pairs I want to calculate the distance, but it seems like I get a #VALUE! error after the first row. How can I fix this problem? Thanks again for the amazing vid.
Hi, thanks for this amazing video!
I have more than 10k orgin/destination pairs. What do I have to incorporate into the code so that I do not cross the limit of “Maximum of 25 origins or 25 destinations per request”?
Hi, It is a really good tutorial and it works for me too! great! I just have a question whether the data obtained will be realtime?
For example, if we travel during the day, possibly will take longer than if we travel by night, because of the traffic.
Honestly this was the only video that provided me with plenty of details and the only video which helped me understand the whole concept, thank you so much.
I have a great idea to convert kmh to ms. For example, take 45 kmh. There is a formula for converting kmh to ms, that is 5 /18. Now multiply (45 x 5 ) ÷ 18. So, we get 225 ÷ 18. So, the answer is 12.5 ms
hello, I do exactly the same as the video, but the result is an error in excel. what is missing. I have excel 2013. thanks.
wait
if you are coverting from km/h to m/s can u just divide by 3.6
and the opposite when converting m/s to km/h
so 45km/h converted to mk/s is..
45 divided by 3.6 = 12.5
=12.5m/s
It so simple
If the speed is given in km per hour and we want to convert it in to meter per second, we have to multiply the given speed by 5/18
Very helpful and I feel I’m close. I get that I have an error and brings me back to the module to the stringurl line, is there something wrong that I missed in copying and pasting from the blog?
strUrl = “ https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/directions/json?origin=” & origin & “&destination=” & destination & “&key=” & apikey
Are we just gonna ignore the fact that nautical mile exists?
Equals to
1.852 km or 1.15 (land) mile
Guys.. you don!t necessarilly have to do that fraction
Once you find that 1000 meters= 1km all you do is times 45 by a 100 and divide it by 3600 and you’ll get a correct andwer
It’s right Right Right
There is so much right.
However it is good
Where is conversion of meter per second into km per hour
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Or just use a converter and calc app. Screw this ancient paper method. This is 2020 bruh
2 days later it is my paper you helped me a lot keep making such videos
Hi, first of all thanks for this video! I did everything as you showed and basically it worked. However I get really strange behavior with the distance calculation. What happens is the following: if I use a city as an origin, it calculates the distance perfectly for each destination that is less than 30 km away. Whenever i try a destination that is further away than that, the distance calculation gives me a #value error….??!! However the travel times calculation continues to work… Any idea how this is possible? I dont think it has to do with the format of the cell in excel or something like that? Please help because I really need this functionality.
When i was younger i just knew from immediate memory how this worked in my head or on scratch paper.
Amazing the things we have to re learn
If distance is equal to 9m velocity is equal to 0.17 min /second find time
You don’t have to divide by 50. You just have to multiply 1/10 the first number of your miles by 2.
For example, 70 miles equals 7×6=42 and.7×2=1.4, so 42+1.4=43.4
50 miles equals 5×6=30 and.5×2=1 so 30+1=31
an aeroplane flies twice as fast as a railway train.if the latter cover 60 kilometters in an hour and a half, what distance will the aeroplane cover in 2 minutes??
Please solve this question
May I ask why if I reset the reset button the combo box is not going back to select an option I’m little bit confuse thankyou sir
When u convert from a bigger unit to a smaller unit MULTIPLY, for example if u are converting
Metre to centimeters we will do INTO 100.. When we convert smaller unit To a bigger unit DIVIDE
Centimeters to meter, we will do DIVIDE by 100��
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Unit of. Speed meter per sec.meter is a base and sec is a base and why speed is a derived?
for miles to Ks, divide by 5, then multiply by 8….. reverse from Ks to miles
I convert miles to km by adding 1/2 and adding 1/10.
For km in miles subtracting 1/2 and adding 1/10.
For example 60 miles: 60+30+6=96km.
10km: 105+1=6miles.
same thing for distance……I see a road sign saying I’m 80 km to next city, multiply by.6 and get 48 miles…..if you’re driving 60 mph (which is a minute a mile factor) you will get there in 48 minutes! easy peasy quick and fairly accurate!
why dont you show the real hard ones like 43 minutes or 2 hours 53 minutes I mean come on we all know this but the minutes that are not 60 most people are lost
This helped me so much!!!:) I was so confused but when you explained it, I finally understood! Thank you.
It is not working for me. I have tried all the steps that you have mentioned but do not know what I am doing wrong and how can I get this worked. Please help.
You are doing great to talk it through. There would be no point in learning and watching if you dont talk it through. Please keep it up. This is good teaching.
and dont tell one thing 1000 times…….. you have told 1000 by 3600 so many times….
we are very busy so we dont have that much time….. this is the reasone you r not getting any subscribers!!
Brill! Never even understood the basics before let alone to try and tackle a more complex question in the qts skills test! At least I have the basics now. Thanks again
If your going 6 miles per hour for an hour how far did you travel?
Sir, The Reset Button Isn’t Working For The Combo box…
Please Suggest Something
If you need Nautical miles or knots, to Km or kph
it is even faster
Nm > Km = double it and subtract 10 %
20nm x2 = 40 4 = 36 Km
Km > Nm = take half and add 10%
36Km /2 = 18 + 1.8 = 19.8 Nm
A Km is about 5/8 of a mile so to be close divide by 10 and multiply by 6.
Hey Siri! What’s ten miles in kilometres? There you go! Simples. ��
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My fast way……50 miles to KM. Take half of 50…..25….add that along with 10% of 50 which is 5. 50+25+5=80
Saw the title and immediately had to click. Thank you so much! How do you do the division of way 30/50 quickly in your head though? Or 70/50?
My phone ha s a calculator. My watch has a calculator
My calculator has a calculator
Thank you for this great info. I experience however a “Compile Error” “Syntax Error” which then highlights the first function line. Please let me know if there is a quick fix. Thanks
It’s is kilo meters, not ki lometers, like centi meters, milli meters
For practical purposes, a mile is 1.5 Km. That is when it truly takes you 2 seconds. 70 mi plus 50% is 105, but since we are not talking super low numbers, I liberally throw in a guesstimate of an extra 5 Km to account for the fact that a mile is not truely 1.5 Km. This is how I do it every day as a foreign driver in the UK. Good enough for anything including speed limits. Lower numbers, such as actual speed limits of 20 mi/h or 30 Km/h do not need to account for the true value, as 30 and 32 Km are the same for traffic purposes and also if you are planning a cycling tour to meet your auntie Jane.
Thank you so much for the CORRECT pronunciation of KILOMETRES.
Convert miles to km in 2 seconds. (A five minute & 14 second video…. hmmmm)��
Wow simple techniques to convert Km into miles it is easy shortway to calculate the miles into km by simply to understand maths in easy way ��������������
I needed to travel. 2.5miles. Still trying to work out the distance in km.
really nice teacher you’re really confident with thank you so much
Miles to Kilometres multiply by 8 divide by 5 Reverse for K to M Much faster
Thank you Soo much I’m so grateful I was having trouble but now I get the concept thanks for sharing really nice ♥️
Can you tell me how to convert a poor humble man into a multi billionaire? ���� Thanks, in advance!
Hello, I wanted to ask you one thing, is it possible to do that with coordinates? I would like to enter lattitude and longitude instead of exact address. Can you help me about this? Thank you.
3:50 Divide by 50? For me that’s multiply by 2 and divide by 100. Or in this case divide by 10, multiply by 2, divide by 10:
30 / 2 = 3
3 * 2 = 6
6 / 10 = 0.6
These shortcuts are thing you should get taught in school. Unfortunately I don’t think I ever was, you’re just left to work these out on your own. Perhaps things are different these days?
There is even a shorter short cut. Say you are going from 80 Mi to KM. Take the number 80 and add half the number 40 finally one tenth or 8 and you end up with 80 + 40 + 8 or 128.
To go the other direction. Say 200 Km to miles. Take half of the 200 so 100 and add 10% (20) and you get 120 Mi.
so basically,
e.g.
1200km/h multiply by 1000 divide by 60 and divide by 60 again and so the answer is 333 1/3
Congratulations on your excellent work.
We are trying to extract in VBA the value of the “Waypoint order” field. In the following link I leave an example of an optimized route with several Waypoints
“link: https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/directions/json?origin=Madrid&destination=Madrid&waypoints=optimize:truesevillazaragozacordoba&key=YOU_API_KEY”
“link to DOC document: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1n3B10z6a31Qu6bRoLOeWSeAwOfJXzYJ/view?usp=sharing”
I see that you extract the values of distance and time.
Would it be possible to also extract the “waypont order” value?
Thank you
Thanks sir really helpful! Can u help me with time speed and distance?
Hello, thank’s for the video, it is so interesting, you explained it in detail both through this video and the written version. I did in my excel ( I am using excel 2016), but it can’t work, I do exactly the same as your code, and then I also copy your written code and running it in my excel, but I got #name? as a result. Can you help me figure this out? What did I do wrong? Thank You
You don’t know why anyone would want to convert kilometres to miles??? Well I do it because I’m British, and I detest kilometres. They mean absolutely nothing to me. I always have to convert them. Perversely though, as an engineer, I work in millimetres and metres. Inches have the same effect on me as kilometres do. Inches and eights and sixteenths are just ridiculous. But I’m okay with both feet and metres. Am I weird? Or just British?
Wow wow wow in the state we call that common core math and it’s much to hard for simpletons to understand……
Statute miles or nautical miles???? Just playing.. good videos
Suggestion. Let’s do altimetry next. feet/metres. Imagine penetrating Russian airspace for the first time and getting told… Western Invader XXX, Sheremetyevo approach, descend to altitude 500 metres. Vectors to intercept. Sudden frozen look of terror in the analogue cockpit. OMG WTF is that??? Lol. Before the age of Dual Speed Tapes on modern glass displays…This happened…way too many times.
I didn’t divide by 50 for the second decimal place, I just multiplied the kilometers by 0.02 and got the same answer (which was much easier).
Miles??? Why don’t you just convert to metric system all together? Muahahahahahaha
Thank you so much I was fighting with this, I was trying to use the button to set an object and got me nowhere, you deserve a million likes
So your basically teaching how to multiply And divide??? Using t the given formulas…wtf???
Why would anyone want to convert miles into useless km? Beside the highway to hell uses the metric system
My dad always taught us simple but less accurate way to calculate km to miles
Divide miles by 2 then add the first number
Example
70km divided by 2 is 35
35+7=42
Close enough for me
Can you do a problem with an Odd number example 65 miles to kilometers. Thank you
This is exactly the video I’ve been looking for. Thanks 4 making
Here’s one for temperature. Multiply degrees C by 2 and add 30. Good approximation from 10 to 40 C.
Conversion in 2 seconds, but it takes 5:15 to explain it. Some times I feel like such a cynic. Ü
Howdy, thanks for the video, it Is really helping me out, I just have two questions.
1) The travel distance formula works in my excel sheet however I have to directly put the zip code into the formula, for some reason it does not return accurate values if I just select the cell that the zip code are in.
For Example
This works: =TRAVELDISTANCE(“77845”, “31322”, A1)
This Does not work: =TRAVELDISTANCE(“C4”, “D4”, A1)
2) I have tried changing the VBA to convert to miles instead of meters but I have had no luck.
Do you have any suggestions? I would sincerely appreciate it.
you talk so much! why dont you just come to the point……..
Nice method. For going from km to miles, instead of dividing by 50, I find it much easier to multiply by 2 and divide by 100 to get the decimal part.
These techniques are a lot of fun.
seeing you will travel 60 miles in an hour doing 60 mph, just take 120 kms x.62 (convert kms to miles) you get 74.4 miles……that is 1 hour 14.4 minutes…..way quicker and easier.
dividing by 50 instead of multiplying by 0.02 is idiotic surely! 70 * 0.02 = 7*0.2= 1.4
No need for calculations just understand. 30 mph means 30 miles in 60 minutes, if you want the time per mile, “how many times does 30 fit into 60”?..math is an intuitive language, try to understand multivariable or non linear as well (intuitively), it will change your life.
I keep getting an #Value message in the distance calculation. The time calculation is working perfectly. I have triple checked the code and everything looks correct. PLEASE help me!
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