Driving at 65 miles per hour without delays or breaks, it would take a traveller approximately 0.49 hours or 29 minutes 53 seconds to complete the journey. This result can be obtained by using the distance-time relationship formula.
For a body moving at a constant speed, the distance travelled by a body equals the speed of the body times the time taken by the body to complete the journey.
Distance = speed X time
In this instance, the speed of the body is 65 miles per hour, and the distance to be travelled by the body is 32 miles. The time it requires can be found by dividing the distance by the speed, or 32 divided by 65.