Six laps are equal to 1.5 miles.
a little under 6 laps... 6 laps would be 1.5 miles
If your track is a regulation track (400m) then six laps exactly would be 1.5 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.
depends on the size of the track
One lap is 400m and 0.82 miles is 1318.6m so there are approx. 3.3 laps in 0.82 miles.
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.
In a normal sized track, 4 laps equals 1 mile. So 4 miles would equal 16 laps.
On a track feild it is 8 times around.
24 times around a 400m track. 25 laps=10,000m 10km=6.2 miles
4 laps equal 1 mile
5 miles. 4 laps= 1 mile on a regulation track.
Very close to half a lap.
A standard track is 400m 25 laps is 10,000m=6.2mi 4 laps is approximately 1 mile. 30 laps is about 7.5 miles
For a standard track (1/4 mile length), 17.4 laps equals 7 km (7 km = 4.35 miles = 17.4 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.
Four laps of a 400m track.
A typical running track is 400 meters and 3 miles is 4828 m So that would make it 4800/200 = 12 laps