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A lap around a track equals linear DISTANCE. Acres are a measure of AREA. One acre is 43,560 square ft, or an area ABOUT 209+ ft wide, and 209+ ft long. No way to answer your question- they are 2 different things.

Q: How many laps around a track would it take to equal 3 acres?

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depends on the size of the track

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If the land area of 170 acres is a square (each side equal length) then the perimeter would be 10,885 feet.

If the land area of 5.5 acres is a square (each side equal length) then the perimeter would be 1,957.88 feet.

If the track is 1/11 of a mile in length, it would take 11 times around the track to equal a mile.

If the track is 1/4 mile, four times = 1 mile

If the land area of 1.13 acres is a square (each side equal length) then the perimeter would be 887.45 feet or 887 feet and 5.4 inches.

If you are referring to a standard track, no. 4 laps would equal 1 mile. 6 laps would equal 1.5 miles.

A square mile is 640 acres, therefore 36 square miles would equal 23,040 Acres.

well. good question. a mile is four times around a professional track. so i would conclude that 36 times around that track would be equal to a mile. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I think a one-twelfth track means one lap is a twelfth of a mile hence 12 laps would be a mile.

4 quaters make a whole, so yes

One average metropolitan block of houses In the US equal about 4 acres of land (including the street area)