Swimming the 40 foot lengths, it would be 5280/40 or 132. Swimming the 20 foot lengths would be twice that. if you make "circles" around the pool one lap equals 40+20+40+20=120 ft 5280/120 = 44 laps
1000m / length of lap in metres = number of laps. You need to specify the lap length. If, for example the length is 25m, then 1000/25 = 40 laps.
Depends on the length of the lap
.75k = 820.209974 yards. If you are swimming a 25 yard pool: A lap (technically defined as ONE length of a pool not two): 32.8 laps is the answer. So if you're swimming a sprint tri, swim 33 laps.
Eight Laps, or a 200
The correct term is length but there are 60 lengths in a 2000 free
It depends on the length of the pool. If you are swimming in a 25 yard pool, 300 yards would equal to 12 laps.
5280 feet in a mile divided by 40 feet length of pool 132 laps
50 meters but people use usually 25 yards to swim laps.
1 mile = 5280 feet 1 lap = 36 feet (1 lap = 1 length) 5280 / 36 = 146.66 laps This would seem a poor choice of pool to use for lap swimming.