The most common answer is:

```
Enter your code here
miles= float(input(“How many miles did you run?”))
minutes= float(input(“How many minutes did it take you?”))
MINUTES_PER_HOUR = 60
mPH = MINUTES_PER_HOUR * miles / minutes
print(“Speed in MPH: ” + str(mPH))
```

To ensure your code runs correctly and adheres to Python syntax, particularly using standard ASCII quotation marks and correcting the formula for calculating miles per hour, here’s the revised version of your program:

```
# Ask the user for the number of miles run and the time it took
miles = float(input("How many miles did you run? "))
minutes = float(input("How many minutes did it take you? "))
# Define a constant for the number of minutes in an hour
MINUTES_PER_HOUR = 60
# Calculate the running speed in miles per hour
mPH = miles / (minutes / MINUTES_PER_HOUR)
# Print the calculated speed in MPH
print("Speed in MPH: " + str(mPH))
```

This corrected version accurately calculates the running speed in miles per hour (MPH) by dividing the total miles run by the total time in hours (converted from minutes).

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