Any major artery (and the ones listed are major) that is completely severed will likely lead to the patient's death in less than five minutes. I saw a demonstration once where a physician simulated this happening.
He took a 2 Liter bottle (an empty pop bottle) and filled it with water. He drilled a hole into it (to simulate arterial severing) and then squeezed it at a regular rate to simulate the heart pumping. That bottle was empty in a matter of three minutes. Yes, we timed it.He said the diameter of the hole he drilled equated to the popliteal artery which is behind your knee.
However, the injury may not be a complete separation which is why you have the varying time lengths. Of course, if the person gets some type of medical treatment (like a pressure dressing that stems the bleeding) they may last a lot longer as well.
I know this answer isn't a clear cut answer but in medicine . . . they usually aren't.