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each lap is .25 miles, so 1.6 miles would be a little over between 6.25 and 6.50 laps.

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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.

a little under 6 laps... 6 laps would be 1.5 miles

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If you are saying that the track is .125 of a mile, then it would be a 200 meter track. In that case, eight laps around the track would be a mile.

if the track is 1/10th of a mile, you would have to make ten laps to equal one mile. you would have make 5 laps to make half a mile. So 10 laps plus 5 laps equals 15 laps.

The length of the track determines this. A quarter mile track would be 3 laps to equal .75 mile.

3 and 1/8th laps.

8 laps = 1 mile

2 miles is 3218.688 meters. On a 400-meter track, two miles would be slightly over 8 laps.

5000 meters would be 12.5 laps around an Olympic size (400 meters) track.

depends on the size of the track

0.75 laps of a 400m track or 1.5 laps of a 200m track.

If it is 1500m, then it is 1500m, no matter how long the track is. If you mean how many laps, that would be 3.75 laps on a 400m track, and 7.5 on a 200m track.

it depends on if its an oficial size track. if its an official olympic sized track it will be 100 laps. 4 laps equals 1 mile so 4 times 25 would be 100 laps

4 laps if it's a regular 400m track. Like the track at football fields you see in high school.