Q: 4 runners in a race each runs 2 thirds of a mile What is the length of the race?

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It is a relay consisting of 4 runners, each who run one mile in length. It is a more uncommon relay and usually only seen at meets just for relays.

Each runner runs five eigths of a mile

fingure it out, sorry

5/8 of a mile.

The length of each edge would have to be 5,280 feet. (1 mile)

The system of measurement has no effect on fractions, so that: two-thirds of a metre is two-thirds of a metre, just as two-thirds of a mile is two-thirds of a mile. two-thirds of a second is two-thirds of a second etc.

1 And 3/4 miles is the answer.

5/8

There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, two thirds of a mile is equal to 5280 x 2/3 = 3520 feet.

A square mile is a unit of area. If we have a square with each side one mile long, the square covers one square mile. A mile is a unit of length. Length has only one dimension while area is two dimensions.

The mile relay is another way of saying the 1600m relay or 4x400m relay. This event involves 4 runners each running and handing off a baton after completing 400m

Four runners for each team compete. Each runner will run 400 meters and the total team will run a mile or 1600.