depends on the size of the track
Six laps are equal to 1.5 miles.
In a normal sized track, 4 laps equals 1 mile. So 4 miles would equal 16 laps.
If the track is 1/4 mile, four times = 1 mile
100 meters (the total track is 400 meters around) for outdoor highschool tracks
Twelve, one mile is four laps (:
A typical track is 1/4 mile so you'd have to do 40 laps to equal 10 miles.
walking around a standard track is 1/4 miles
on a regular track 4 laps is 1 mile and 8 laps is two miles that is your answer
if you are running on a regular highschool track which is about 400meters then (if you do the math) 2 laps around the track is an 800m race
4 laps equal 1 mile
Approximately 6 times sir.
The standard college and high school track for competition is 400 meters. It takes almost four trips around the track to equal one mile.
If you are referring to a standard track, no. 4 laps would equal 1 mile. 6 laps would equal 1.5 miles.
Six times around would equal 1.5 miles. Because one time around equals a 1/4 mile. so 6 X 1/4 = 1.5
it took them 500 laps to get around the posts that was equal to 5 1/2 miles
Laps around/in WHAT? A "standard" track, of the kind used in high school track and field events, is usually 440 yards (0.25 miles) around.
4 times around an outdoor track in lane one is equal to 1600m which is 9.34m short of one mile. 12 laps= 4800m=2.9825miles
5 miles four laps is equal to 1 mile 20/4=5