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Q: How far is 9 laps around the track?

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38 laps exactly! Each mile has 4 quarters, thus: > 9 miles have 9 × 4 = 36 laps > a half mile has ½ × 4 = 2 laps for a total of 38 laps

38 laps exactly! Each mile has 4 quarters, thus: > 9 miles have 9 × 4 = 36 laps > a half mile has ½ × 4 = 2 laps for a total of 38 laps

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A standard running track is 400 meters, so 2 laps is practically half a mile, and 4 laps is 9 meters shy of one mile. (1 mile = 1,609.344 meters)

Well, you could give a numerical answer like 3x3=9. Or if you would like a word example here is one: Say you wanted to run 3 miles around your school track. Let's say that one mile around the track is 4 laps. So, you have to do 4 laps 3 times. Which is 4x3 which equals 12.

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"4 laps around if your track is .25 mile, which most tracks are. Some might be a hair less." Since the standard for tracks built in the last 20+ years is 400M, then you must go 9 meters further than 4 laps. Over 90% of the outdoor tracks in existence are only 400M and will thus require the extra 9 meters to equal a true mile. This is why most track meets only run the 1500M or the 1600M and not the mile. Unfortunately, most people erroneously assume that 4 laps equal a mile, due to older tracks being built to a non-metric standard of 440 yards. If you want to finish on the common start/finish line and you'd like to run/walk a mile, then you should start at the beginning of the 4x400M relay exchange zone, which is 10 meters before the finish line. By doing that you will run/walk about 1 meter more than 1 mile, but you won't be short of a mile, as you would be if you only do 4 laps.

Depends on how long the pool is....? 32 laps of a 55 yard pool is one mile... just under 30 laps

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