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Crystal Formula to Calculate Average Distance Travelled

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I have to write a formula to calculate the average distance that three objects travelled. Object 1 moved at 5 mph for 1 minute. Object 2 moved at 1 mph for 2 minutes. Object 3 moved at 9 mph for 3 minutes. The screen shot shows the report with the data. Mph stands for miles per hour. The report and Access database are attached.

How do I write the formula to calculate the average distance travelled by the three objects?
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Will the duration always be in minutes?

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Here is a sample report that does what you want

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by:Mark01
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I used minutes only for the sample data. If another unit is easier for you to use, that's fine.
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It looks good. Thank you, mlmcc.
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