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Q: Karina ran 6 laps around a ciruler track with a radius of 20 m how far did she run?

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The answer depends on the track. They are not all the same shape.

Running tracks are oviod, not circular.

The circumference C of a circle with radius R is C = 2*pi*R pi = 3.1416... R = 18 Using a calculator: C = 113 inches This is the length of track of an HO model train laid out with eight curved sections to form a circle of radius 18 inches, such as around a christmas tree.

u would have to run around the track once

2 1/2 laps around a track is one kilometer. Each lap is 400 meters.

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The distance covered by the cyclist when riding halfway around a circular track with a radius of 140 meters is equal to the circumference of the circle, which is 2 * π * radius. Therefore, the distance covered would be 2 * π * 140 = 880 meters.

a shorter radius would mean a shorter track distance. The smaller the radius - the smaller the circumference.

The answer depends on the track. They are not all the same shape.

Running tracks are oviod, not circular.

There isn't one. Velodromes aren't round, but more like a rectangle with rounded ends. Hard to describe by giving a radius.

The circumference C of a circle with radius R is C = 2*pi*R pi = 3.1416... R = 18 Using a calculator: C = 113 inches This is the length of track of an HO model train laid out with eight curved sections to form a circle of radius 18 inches, such as around a christmas tree.

You run around on a big track!

100 meters is a quarter of a lap. 400meters is a quarter of a mile (or one complete lap)

Yes, if it is a circular track.

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.

Its is 4 times around the track for outside track! THANKS HOPE THAT I HELP!!