If its a track oval, its four laps for a mile. 2 laps for half a mile. if around a football feild, itd be about 4.5 laps
6. Because 4 laps around is 1 mile.
on an outdoor track, 6 times around is a mile and a half. four laps is a mile.
1600 is 4 laps(mile) but i think its like 6 or 7 and a half laps around the track.
5 1/3 laps a mile is 1600 m, so 1600 divided by 300 is the number of laps
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.
You are asking how many laps would make a mile if it were a .6 mile track. So that is 1 lap / .6 miles. Simply divide 1/.6 and you get 1.66 laps per mile.
1.118 laps (rounded)
Divide your total number of laps walked by the number of laps in one mile. 50 laps walked / 8.3333 laps in one mile = 6 miles.
one lap is .6 miles. So almost two full laps is a mile
about 6 laps from what Ive heard.
7.5 laps. divide 6 by .8
I believe about 14 laps around one tennis court is a mile. But it depends on the size you could always test it out by running it. The standard timedepending on your age could be between 6-13 minutes for a mile. So if you run 14 and get around that time its probabaly about a mile.
Around a track that is 400m around to run 1.5 miles you would have to run 6 laps. 4 laps is one mile.Since 400 meters is a little over 8 feet short of a quarter mile, you would actually have to go about 50 feet past the 6 lap mark for a more precise mile and a half.
2 = .5 mile 4= 1mile 6= 1.5 mile depending on if the track is the standard 400 yard track
a little under 6 laps... 6 laps would be 1.5 miles
It varies because fields are different sizes. But it should be somewhere around 6 or 7 for an averae size field.
each lap is 1/4 of a mile, so that would be 6
Traditionally in track and field, a one mile run is 1600m = 4 laps of a standard 400m track. A mile is actually about 1609m, but any mile events are rounded to 1600m. In that case, 1.5 miles would be 6 laps or 2400m.