An Olympic size track is 400 meters. That would mean there are 2.5 laps for 1 kilometer, and 25 laps around a 400 meter track would equal 10 kilometers.
2 1/2 laps around a track is one kilometer. Each lap is 400 meters.
Most oval tracks are approximately 400 meters. You would have to go around the track 25 times in order for a 10 kilometer run.
Six laps are equal to 1.5 miles.
Seven and a half laps
5 laps exactly.
Exactly 2.5 laps on a 400m track and 2.49 laps for a 440 yards track.
It depends on the size of the track.
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If your track is a regulation track (400m) then six laps exactly would be 1.5 miles.
In a normal sized track, 4 laps equals 1 mile. So 4 miles would equal 16 laps.
It depends on the circumference of the track itself, but on most tracks four laps equals a mile, not five.
If you are referring to a standard track, no. 4 laps would equal 1 mile. 6 laps would equal 1.5 miles.
depends on the size of the track
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4 laps equal 1 mile
1 kilometer = 1000 metersTherefore 5 laps of the oval will equal 1 km and 25 laps of the oval will equal 5 km's.
on a regular track 4 laps is 1 mile and 8 laps is two miles that is your answer
For a standard track (1/4 mile length), 17.4 laps equals 7 km (7 km = 4.35 miles = 17.4 laps)
Around a track, 4 laps = one mile. So probably 4.
On official size tracks, the answer is 4 laps make a mile when your jogging 4 laps make a mile