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2 and 1/2 laps on a standard 400m track

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Q: How many times around a track is 1000 meters?
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How many laps on a running track take to mmake a kilometre?

A kilometer is 1000 meters, and the average track length is usually 400 meters, so that'll be 2.5 times around the track to make it the distance.

How many laps of school oval is one km?

A km is 1000 meters and a standard track is 400 meters around. Therefore a km would be 2.5 laps

How many laps around a track is 1000 meters?

One lap is 400 meters, two laps is 800 meters, and two and a half laps is 1000 meters. hope this helps.

If a track were 500 meters around how many laps would a runner take to run 2 kilometers?

4 laps a kilometer=1000 meters 2*1000=2000 meters/500=4

When converting from kilometers to meters the decimal is moved over how many times?

Three times. This is because there are 1000 meters in a kilometer, so converting from kilometers to meters is the same as multiplying the amount of kilometers by 1000 to get meters.

What is 25 kilometers in meters?

"kilo" = 1000 so 1000 times 25 (or 25,000 meters)

How many times does 8.6 meters go into 1000 meters?


How many times must a person run around the standard quarter-mile track to travel 1 kilometer?

2.5 times: 400 + 400 + 200 = 1000

How do you convert 35km to meters?

times to 1000 because 1km = 1000 meters so 35km = 35000 meters

2 meters equals how many milometers?

2 meters is equal to 2000 millimeters. To convert meters to millimeters, multiply by 1000, and to convert millimeters to meters divide by 1000. (Meters to milimeters: move decimal to right 3 times, and millimeters to meters, 3 times to the left.)

If there is 4300 meters how many kilometers are there?

a kilometer equals 1000 meters and 1000 goes into 4300 4.3 times, so 4.3 kilometers are in 4300 meters

Is kilometers bigger or meters?

Kilometers are 1000 times bigger than meters

What is 0.3 kilometers minus 60 meters?

There are 1000 meters in a kilometer. That is what the prefix "kilo" means. 0.3 times 1000 meters is 300 meters. 300 meters minus 60 meters is 240 meters.

How many square meters are in square kilometers?

1000 Sorry there are 1000 times 1000, means total 1.000.000 square meters in a square kilometer

What is the relationship between kilometer and meter?

A kilo is 1000 times the base the case, the base unit is a meter is 0.001 kilometers.1 kilometer is 1000 meters

If 1 foot equals 0.305 meters how many feet are there in 305 meters?

305 metres is 1000 times as large as 0.305 metres So proportionally, you want 1000 times 1 foot, which is 1000 feet.

How many kilometers are in a 750 meter race track?

1000 meters in a kilometer - . . . so you have 0.75 of a kilometer.

Is 20meters greater than 20 kilometers?

no. a kilometer is 1000 meters. so 20 meters is 1000 times less than 20 kilometers.

From a dead stop if a train begins accelerating at a constant 3 times gravity how long must the track be till the train reaches 1000 meters per second?

The train will reach 1000 m/s after 34.0 seconds, it will have travelled 17006.8 metres by that time.

If a running track is 500 meters how many laps are needed to run 2.5 km meters?

5 laps. 1 Kilometer is 1000 meters, so 2.5 Kilometers are 2500 meters.

What is standard for around 1 kilometer?

1000 meters

If you convert kilometers to meters you get what?

You get a number which is 1000 times as large.

When you convert kilometers to meters what do you get?

A number which is 1000 times as large.

Convert meters to milimeters?

Multiply m times 1000.

How many meters are in x kilometers?

x times 1000

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