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Is 0.5 km per mintue fast ?

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No, it's Excessively fast. like Rockets/
8 1/3 meters per second in fast in my book.
Yes it is

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really? i don't think it is that fast
Then? it must be faster than speed of light? :D
no its slow
a mile a minute is 60 mph, half a mile a minute is 30 mph
30km/h
and half a kilometer is about a third of a mile
so maybe 20 mph?
MONSTER!!! :O
lol
fast if you were running, not so fast in a car
thank - you ! :)
i can run 3.1 miles in 21 min
what about on bike like yours in picture?
And if you are travelling in rocket.. it's really slow.
thas off the chart sloww
LOL
haha.
u guys crack me up XD well have a nice day
Same to you.
thanks

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