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# How many lenghts must you swim in a 30 meter pool to swim 1 mile?

1 Mile = 1609.27 Meters.
1609.27 / 30 = 54 Single Lengths.
So 27 Return Laps.
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1 Mile = 1609.27 Meters.
1609.27 / 30 = 54 Single Lengths.
So 27 Return Laps.
Happy Swimming

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If you're talking statute miles and not nautical miles, you'll have to swim approx. 1,931 meters to go 1.2 miles. In nautical miles, the answer is closer to 2,223 meters.

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Well, there are just over three feet in one meter. So 1 foot would be just about 1/3rd of a meter.\n\n12 inches to a foot.\n3 feet to a yard\n5,280 feet to a mile.\n\n100 cent…imeters to a meter ( centi = 100 )\n1000 meters - 1 kilometer (kilo = 1000)\n\nA meter is just a little bit longer than a yard. Other than that, there are no easy relationships between the American system of measurement and the one the ENTIRE REST OF THE CIVILISED WORLD uses, the Metric System.\n\nA foot (or maybe it was the yard, I forget..) used to be the distance from the king's elbow to the tip of his index finger. This was cool, so long as the king never lost a finger playing with the royal axe. \n\nEvery time the king died, all the measurements changed. And they were different for every country...\n\n"Hey! You sold me 5 feet of sausage yesterday, and now its only 4 feet long! I want my money back!"\n\nImagine how stupid this is.\n\nThe metric system is based on precise scientific units, and doesn't change. It's also based on 10 of everything, so it's a lot easier to work with.\n\nUnless you have 12 fingers (MORE)

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A mile is 1600m. So you would need to do 64 lengths to have done 1 mile . www.FloatingFlipper.com Swimming Q&A

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There are 1,609.344 meters in a mile. When 1 length = 1 lap, you would need to complete 64.3 laps to swim a mile.

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A metre is a unit of distance. Miles per hour is a unit of speed. The two units are therefore incompatible.

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This question cannot be answered sensibly. A kilogram is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. A metre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure differ…ent things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. It is like asking how many kilograms tall you are! (MORE)

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63.615 meters by 63.615 meters is one way to do it. There are an infinite number of other ways. You can't tell the dimensions from knowing only the area.

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A decimeter is equal to 10 centimeters, meaning meter is bigger than decimeter and it's impossible for more than 1/10 of a meter to be bigger than a decimeter, now if you are …wondering how many decimeters are in a meter it's 10 . (MORE)

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A metre is a unit of distance. A kilolitre is a unit of capacity. The two units are therefore incompatible.