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Q: How many laps around a running track equals 10km?

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24 times around a 400m track. 25 laps=10,000m 10km=6.2 miles

10km = 10km 11km - 1km = 10km 1000m = 10km 10km/h * 1h = 10km

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The moon is around 384,399 km away. At 10km/h it would take around 4.4 years to get there.

10km = 1,000,000cm, so 10km is the biggest.

1,000m = 1km Therefore 10,000m = 10km

10,000m or 10km walk, although you're not alllowed to run in that.

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Physical overload is when you give your body more to do than it is accustomed to do. Such as running 3 km and the next day 10km.

10km is about 10,936 yards.

10km is 10,000 meters.

10km is 32,808.4 feet.

Make common units first, such as meters. 100km = 105m 10km = 104m 0.5mm = 5*10-4m Answer is 5*105m3 = 500,000 cubic meters

A 75 kilogram male running at a speed of 10km/h, or a pace of 6 minutes per kilometer would burn 2361 Calories. Running at a faster pace and weighing more would burn more calories, and visa versa.

An example of someone who is good at running is Mo Farah, who won gold in both the 5km and the 10km at the Olympic Games in 2012 in London. Usain Bolt also currently holds the world record for the 100m.

You're doing 12 km/h, or 7.5 miles/hour. About running speed for a regular jogger.

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none as she quit the race......................

1 km is about .621 miles, so 10km is about 6.21

10km is larger than 1000m (10km = 10000m)

yes ,1km=100000cm 10km=1000000cm

You are approximately 5 kilometers away from the south pole?

Tropopause: 10km Stratopause: 10km - 50km Mesopause: 50km - 85km your welcome(: hope this helps.

in track cycling: 4000m team pursuit in biathlon 4*7.5km (women) and 4*10km (men) team pursuit, as well as in cross country skiing

I work from a really simple formula that works for running or walking: one calorie per kilogram of bodyweight per km or "calories = kg per km" I know it is not exact but is close enough to work out dietary requirements MOST of the time. Example: 90kg person walks 10 km burns 900 Calories. One still needs to add in the basal metabolic rate of "calories = kg per hour". So that in the above example, in one day a 90kg person runs (or walks) 10km their total calorie for the day equals: 90 kg x 24hours = 2160 PLUS 90 kg x 10km = 900 =>3060 Calories.