16 laps on a quarter mile track.
Two. Because 4 laps is one mile.
38 laps exactly! Each mile has 4 quarters, thus: > 9 miles have 9 × 4 = 36 laps > a half mile has ½ × 4 = 2 laps for a total of 38 laps
One lap is a quarter mile. This means that four laps equals one mile, which means that four miles equals sixteen laps. It is very easy to count how many miles different laps equal for - you just need to multiply the amount of miles by four and you get the amount of laps.
8 times .5 = 4, eight laps multiplied by .5 miles equales 4 miles in total.
It's about a half mile. 4 laps in considered 1 mile.
Most high school tracks are 1/4 mile. 20 laps would be 5 miles.
4 laps equal 1 mile
This would depend on what distance your laps are. If you are running around a standard track around a football field, then you would have to run 20 laps to equal 5 miles. (4 laps = 1 mile).
Well, 36 laps is 1 mile so 44 laps is 1.45 miles.
Six laps are equal to 1.5 miles.
On a standard olympic track 4 laps is one mile, so about 12-14 laps.
Well if my laps you mean around a normal high school track then it's 7.5 laps. A little over 1 3/4 miles.
on a regular track 4 laps is 1 mile and 8 laps is two miles that is your answer
it depends on if its an oficial size track. if its an official olympic sized track it will be 100 laps. 4 laps equals 1 mile so 4 times 25 would be 100 laps
about 2 and a three quarters laps.
a little under 6 laps... 6 laps would be 1.5 miles
how long are the laps? how long are the laps? if it is a normal High School track, then 8 laps
4 laps of 400m (about 4 laps of 1/4 mile)