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    I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    Hello,

    I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.
    e.g

    I ran 9miles in 46min 22second.
    The Advergae mile pace would have been :???


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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    Simply divide your total time by 9 to get 5 minutes, 9.111... seconds.
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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    5:09/mile.

    That's fast.
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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    So (((46 * 60) + 22) / 9) / 60 = 5:11?? as it should be 5:09

    i am a runner so just doing it for my training log.
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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    It is equal to 5:09.111...( there is an extra 1/9 of a second).
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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    (((46 * 60) + 22) / 9) / 60 gives me 5.15 ??? do i need to * (60*15)
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    Re: I would like to work out the average mile split from a time and distance.

    It's 60*(.15) to give you the seconds.
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