Q: How much longer in percentage is a mile race than a 1500 meter race the metric mile?

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A mile is 7.2% longer than 1500m

the mile (approx 1600m)

No. 1500 meters is about .93 miles. 1600 meters would be closer to a mile.

According to the Wikipedia article, a metric mile can be 1500 meters, or 1600 meters. While 1 statute mile is 1609.344 meters. I guess this is the imperial mile that you are referring to.So the metric mile is less.

There is no such thing as a "metric" mile. There IS one kilometer, which is one thousand meters. One meter is 39.4 inches, making one kilometer 3,283 feet four inches. One mile is 5280 feet, making one kilometer about 6/10 of a mile. EDIT: Whoever made that comment is being far to technical in their answer. To answer the question a different way, a metric mile is the name Americans give to the European standard of middle distance running in the Olympics: the 1500 meter race. So a metric mile is actually 1.5Km which is just 109 meters short of an actual mile. The 1500, or metric mile, is run at the Olympics, the 1600 is run in most American high schools, and the 1609 is the official USA Track and Field distance. All can be referred to as "the mile," but only the 1500 carries the name "metric mile."

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There are 20 bags of 50 kgs in a metric ton. For 1500 metric tons, the calculation would be 1500 metric tons x 20 bags = 30,000 bags of 50 kgs each.

The soil density must be given to convert from a mass measure to a volume measure.Assuming a clay soil of density 1200 kg/cubic meter, then the volume is 1000/1200 cubic meter or 0.833 cubic meterAssuming a sandy soil of density 1500 kg/cubic meter, then the volume is 1000/15000 cubic meter or 0.667cubic meter

There are 1.5 metric tons in 1500 kilograms.

percentage of 15 = 1500%15 * 100% = 1500%

650 out of 1500 is 43.33%

400 out of 1500 is 26.666666666666668 %