If you have a truck loading business, it is very important to know how long each load takes. You don’t want to overload your trucks and take too long, but you also don’t want the customers’ needs going unmet if they are in a hurry. How many minutes will it take to load 6 1/2 trucks? This article explores that question!

## There are a few factors that you will need to account for in order to find the answer.

For example, if it takes 42 minutes to load three half trucks, how many minutes would it take six and a half? You can use this equation; hours = (minutes/60) * 18. This means that if someone is loading three trucks at one time with an average of 12 seconds per truck then they spend about 3600 seconds or 60 minutes on each load…and so on until you get 18 times as many items which equals 24 hours!

If your customer has been waiting too long, but you need more people OR if there’s not enough demand yet, maybe something like Google AdWords may be a better long-term option.

You just need to divide the time by 18, so if it takes 42 minutes to load three half trucks then how many minutes would it take six and a half? You can use this equation; hours = (minutes/60) * 18. This means that if someone is loading three trucks at one time with an average of 12 seconds per truck then they spend about 3600 seconds or 60 minutes on each load…and so on until you get 18 times as many items which equals 24 hours! If your customer has been waiting too long but you need more people OR there’s not enough demand yet maybe something like Google AdWords may be a better long term option for marketing campaigns.

The answer to the question is that it will take 36 hours to load six and a half trucks if you’re only loading three at one time.

If your customer has been waiting too long but you need more people OR there’s not enough demand yet maybe something like Google AdWords would be a better long term option for marketing campaigns.

Now let’s calculate how much time will it take one person with two helpers?

If we use the same equation as before but change 60 minutes to 36 hours then that would mean they’ll need 12 seconds per truck OR 6000 seconds/3600 which equals 166.667 so on our calculator this comes out to about 167 minutes…which rounds up nicely to 168 minutes!

This means that if someone loads three trucks with 12 seconds per truck then they’ll need 216 seconds which is about three minutes!

Now let’s calculate how much time will it take one person with two helpers?

If we use the equation:

(minutes/60) * 18

then it will take 3600 seconds or five hours.

If we use the equation: (hours * minutes)/ 60

then you would get 1200 seconds which is just two and a half minutes! So how much time do each person need? The answer to that question is 300 seconds, one minute if they can load six trucks with 12 second per hour by themselves without any help from anyone else. This means that there are many other equations out there for these types of problems but this should be more than enough information as far as mathematics goes.