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Q: How many laps around track is one mile?

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105 laps around a .25 mile track or 52 1/2 laps around a half mile track.

If you are saying that the track is .125 of a mile, then it would be a 200 meter track. In that case, eight laps around the track would be a mile.

8 laps = 1 mile

A lap of the track is a quarter of a mile. Therefore, four laps would total one mile.

A Lap is 400m and a mile is 1609.3m so basically 4 laps is a mile.

A mile around a standard 400m track is 4 laps. So you need to run 6 laps around the track to cover 1.5 miles.

On official size tracks, the answer is 4 laps make a mile when your jogging 4 laps make a mile

on an outdoor track, 6 times around is a mile and a half. four laps is a mile.

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Around a track, 4 laps = one mile. So probably 4.

If its a track oval, its four laps for a mile. 2 laps for half a mile. if around a football feild, itd be about 4.5 laps

Eight (8.04672 to be precise) laps of a 200 meter track equates to one mile.

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4 laps and then carry on for 9.344 metres as a warm down and its a mile.

6. Because 4 laps around is 1 mile.

3.7 laps around a 1/4 mile track 3.3 laps for 1500m

Four, if it is a regular sized track.

1 mile/0.8 mile = 1.25 laps.

For a 200m Track it will take 8 laps to do a mile or 1600 meters

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.

3 3/4 to 4 laps. it depends

Four laps around a 220 yard length track equals a mile. 220 meters equals 200 meters. Meters are usually the measurement used in track and field.

The length of the track determines this. A quarter mile track would be 3 laps to equal .75 mile.

4 Laps on a 400 meters track = 1 mile Tracks are different sizes. Know your track length first.