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Around a track that is 400m around to run 1.5 miles you would have to run 6 laps. 4 laps is one mile.
Since 400 meters is a little over 8 feet short of a quarter mile, you would actually have to go about 50 feet past the 6 lap mark for a more precise mile and a half.

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