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Okay...i know that when i go to swim practice, i swim for a good hour and a half. i know that while im there(swimming constantly)i burn about 1200 calories. So, it doesnt matter how many laps you swim; its how long and how intense.

Your very welcome,

Grace Kelly

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well if you want laps, you would have to swim 10-12 laps; there and back counting as one lap. So if you did that you would burn 500 calories, and if you were in a 25 meter pool you would have to swim about 20 laps; there and back counting as one.

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It depends on the pool.

The 'standard' length pool in the U.S. is Junior Olympic, which is 25 yards.

That would be 2 lengths (or one lap) to reach 50 yards.

In an Olympic pool, which is 50 meters, one length (or 1/2 lap) would be a tad over 50 yards.

If you aren't sure which type pool you are swimming in, it's probably a Junior Olympic...Olympic pools are not very common (in the U.S.).

There's really too much missing from this question for it to be sensibly answered.

One lap is usually seen as there-and-back, making a lap twice the length of the pool. So a lap in a 50 m pool is 100 m.

How many laps you need to do a certain distance, well, that would depend on how far you're looking to swim.

To find the number of laps required to do a certain distance, take the distance in meters and divide by 100.

32 Lengths (32lengths X 50meters/length = 1600meters = 1 mile)

16 Laps ( lap = 2 lengths)

Assuming a 25 yards long pool, 10 laps (20 lengths of the pool).

500 meters equals just less then 550 yards. 550 divided by 25 is 22. You would have to swim about 22 laps in a 25 yard pool to swim 500 meters.

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It depends what event you do i a swim meet. Like 1oo free, 200 free, etc. But 100,25, 50 doesn't man 50 laps or whatever,it means yards or meters. See, each lap is a 25 yard or meter lap. So 100 is 4 laps. Thanks :)

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it depends on the length of the pool. if the pool is 25 meters, you have to swim 40 laps. For 50 meters, 20 laps. For 100 m, 10 laps. For 200 meters, 5 laps.

If each lap is 25 yards you must swim 70.4 laps to reach one mile.

2. 50 x 2 = 100

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Answer: 1 mi. = 1609.344 m in a 25 yd. pool its 66 laps so 50 yd. pool would be 33 laps

25 meter long. Unless you are asking about time becuase if you are talking about time then it depends on what level you swim at. If you dogie paddle it will take much longer than if you used a freestyle stroke

A mile is 1760 yards. A lap of a 25 yard pool is 50 yards. So number of laps = 1760/50 = 35.2

A lap is defined as swiming up and back, or a total of 50 yards in a 25 yard pool. Most good swimmers can swim one lap in uder 30 seconds. When swimming 50 yards 32 times in a row most good swimmers would average under 50 seconds a lap. Meaning an avage good swimmer can swim 32 laps in about 26 minutes.

1km = 1000m 1000m divide by 50 = 20 20 x 2 = 40 \ Answer = 40

An olympic sized pool is 50 metres. If it is a 4x100 Relay one swimmer will swim 2 laps. If each swimmer does two laps and there is 4 of them, 8 laps will have been swum.