Miles Per Hour calculation

BradSBM

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This is a stupid question-but I want a spread sheet that i can enter miles in column a and time in column b and get an average miles/hr in column c. (the hours have to be in the format h:mm:ss) and the miles can be in number format.
 

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cherria

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Time is stored as a fraction of a day internally in Excel so if you want to divide by the number of hours, multiply the cell that contains your h:m:s time by 24 to give the number of hours.

So if miles were in A1 and time in B1, c1(miles per hour) would be =A1/(B1*24)
 

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