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A Formula One race Must last for around 300 kilometres, with exception the Monaco Grand Prix which is only 250km. 50 would be too short and 60 would be too long.

Q: Why is there 58 laps in the Melbourne GP not 50 or 60?

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even numbers between 50 and 64= 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, & 62

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If the running space is the 60'x90' then it would take about 17.5 laps. If that is the distance corner to corner then your running space would be about 5' from each wall bringing it down to 50'x80' making it about 20 laps.

You can do this using two ways: 1. convert 1.5km to m i.e = 1500m. Hence # laps = 1500/25 = 60 laps or 2. convert 25 m into km i.e = 0.025. Hence # laps = 1.5/0.025 = 60 laps

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50 to 60 in roman numerals is: 50. L 51. LI 52. LII 53. LIII 54. LIV 55. LV 56. LVI 57. LVII 58. LVIII 59. LIX 60. LX

34, 58, 56, 60, ?

They are: 50 52 54 56 58 and 60

58 to the nearest tens is 60.

The median of an even number of data is the average of the two data closest to the center of the sorted list. The sorted list is 43, 47, 49, 50, 50, 52, 52, 52, 58 & 60. The two numbers closest to the center of the list are 50 and 52, the average of which is 51.

58/60 = 29/30

If you are rounding 58 to the nearest ten, the answer is 60.