How many 25M lengths of a swimming pool equals one mile?
25 meters = 0.01553428 mile, or 1 mile = 1609.344 meters. So 64.37 lengths of a 25 meter pool is a mile. It should be noted that in the US 25 yard pools are much more prevalent than 25m pools; the opposite is true at the 50m length. At 1760 yds/mile there are 70.4 25yd lengths in a mile.
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Answer . \nIn a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).
An Olympic-sized pool is 50 meters long by 25 meters wide and runs to a depth of 2.0 meters. A mile is 5,280 feet, or 1,760 yards, which is the same as 1,609.344 meters. 1600 meters would require 32 lengths of the pool. To get to a full mile, an additional 9.344 meters would be required. Answer … The above is true, technically. However, if you are asking how many lengths the Olympic event "the mile" is, it's actually 30, because it's the 1500. No offense intended but "technically" and in all actuality there is no swimming event currently in the Olympics called "the mile" but instead there is the 1500 meter freestyle mens (refer to Swimming | Olympic Sport | London 2012 Summer Olympics| 1500m freestyle men - Olympic.org ) Answer These are both true, but, if you're swimming in a 25 yard pool it's 66 laps- that's a 1650. When you're swimming in a 50 meter pool, like in the olympics, it's just a little bit over 30 laps if you want to be exact, but the swimmers only swim 30 laps. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nThere are approximately 1609.8 meters in a mile. For a pool with a length of 30 meters, one would have to swim 53.66 lengths in order to swim a mile.
A mile in a 25 yard pool equals 71 lengths or36 laps (1,760 yards in a mile). A mile in a 25 meterpool equals 66 lengths or 33 laps (1,650 meters in a mile). In a 50 Meter pool, a mile is 1,650 meters, which is 33 lengths or17 laps of the pool. 2 lengths of a pool equals 1 lap.
in a swim meet a mile is considered 1650yds and that is 66 lengths.. Actually 1650 meters ~ 1 mile, not 1650 yards.. There are 5280 feet in a mile, and 3 feet in a yard. 5280/3 = 1760 yards per mile.. 25 yards per length, then 1760/25 = 70.4 lengths per mile.. So in a 25 meter pool 66 legths = 1… mile. In a 25 yard pool 70.4 lengths = 1 mile. ( Full Answer )
With X length X Av depth will give you cubic feet or meters or cubits or whatever measurement you used,Just to start you of here re some volumes. . 1 cubic meters = 1 000 liters . cubic foot = 7.48051948 US gallons
\n1 mile in a pool is about(1650 yards) 66 laps in a 25 yard pool
You must swim 80 legnths of a 20 metre pool to swim a mile because 1 mile is 1600 metres.. You must swim 80 legnths of a 20 metre pool to swim a mile because 1 mile is 1600 metres.
5280 feet divided by 4 = 1320 feet = 1/4 mile. 1320 feet divided by 60 feet = 22 laps
A mile is 1760 yards. 25 doesn't go exactly into 1760, but the answer is 70.4 .
A swimmer's mile is VERY different from your conventional mile. A swimmer's mile is 1650 yards OR 1500 meters. It would be 66 lengths! NOT 72. I'm a swim coach and swim on a United States Masters Swim Team.
About 35 laps, down and back.. 1 meter is almost 3 feet. So 25 m pool is 75 feet long.. 1 mile = 5280 feet.. Laps = 5280ft / 75ft = 70.4 lengths or 35 laps.
Depends on the size of the pool. An Olympic size pool is 50 meters in length.
How long is the pool? __________ If the pool is an Olympic-size pool, which is 50 m (164 ft) long, you can calculate the number of miles.
5280 feet in a mile divided by 3 for yards = 1760 yards in a mile 1760 yards in a mile divided by 25 yard pool length = 70.40 laps. The above is not correct. . While the math is correct, that is not the accepted swimming conversion.. A lap is 50 yards; therefore, in a 25 yd pool, a lap is down… and back.. Also, it is commonly accepted that a swimming mile is 1650 yards. This means that a swimming mile is 33 laps (or 66 lengths). ** Some say that a mile is 32 laps (or 64 lengths). It takes 70.4 (round up to 71) laps in a 25 yard pool to swim a mile to figure this out: the number of yards in a mile = 1760 divide by 25 = 70.4 Just note that a LAP is down and back, which is 50 yards. 1760 divide 25 yards is 70.4 LENGTHS, not laps. It is approximately 36 laps in a 25 yard pool to swim a mile. Another note, in a 25 meter pool it would take 32 laps (or 64 lengths) to swim a mile: the number of meters in a mile = 1600 divided by 50 = 32 ( Full Answer )
It is about 644 lengths . Up and back 322 times. somewhere on the last lap you cross the 10 mile mark.. I worked this out by first working out what 10 miles is in meters and then dividing 25 meters into that. there are about 1.609344 kilometers to each mile. 10 miles is 16093.44 meters.
45 lengths x 25m = 1125m. 1125m x 3.3 ft per meter=3712.5 feet. 3712.5 feet / 1 mile (5280 feet) =0.703 miles
Typically each lane will be 2.5 meters (8.25 feet) wide. So, just multiply that by the number of lanes the pool has.
You can solve this mathematically by the following: 1.5 km X 1000m/km X 1lap/25m= 60 laps.
\n. \n///well, first you figure out how many laps in a 50metre pool then times 2.\n. \nThe answer is 60 laps of the 25 metre pool.///\n. \n. \n. \nYour actually wrong. 1 lap = 2 lengths.\n. \nIts 60 lengths or 30 laps\n. \nTom :)
A normal pool is 25metres long. But an Olympic sized pool is 50metres long.. You can also get 33metre long pools, but these aren't very common.
It depends on the length of the pool. A mile is about 1650 yards. In a 25 yard pool, that is about 66 laps.
One land mile equals 5280 feet. One nautical mile equals 6076.12 feet. So one nautical mile equals 1.15 land miles.
Internationally, it is usually 50 meters, but in the US they have both 50 meter and 25 yard pools. In most places in the US, it is a 25 yard pool because the US measuring system uses yards. In competitive swimming, during the school year the 25 yard pool is used, but in the summer the 50 meter pool …is used. ( Full Answer )
I mile = 5280 feet. So 2.4 miles = 12672 feet. . At 40 feet per lap you would need to swim 12672/40 = 316.8 laps, or nearly 317 laps.
88 laps found by 60 feet per lap, and 5280 feet per mile, so 5280/60=88.
5280/75 = 70.4 5280 feet in a mile divided by the length of the pool.
1 km = 1000 m. 2.5 kms = 2500 m. 2500 m divide by 50 m (length of pool) = 50 laps
To swim a mile in a 33-meter pool, you will need to complete about 49 lengths.
1 kilometre = 1000 metres. You now have all the information required to work out, for yourself, the answer to this and similar questions.
1 mile = 1,609.334m 1 lap = 25m Therefore 1609.334 / 25 = 64.37336 laps 65 laps = (25*65) / 1609.334 = 1.01 miles
Approximately 1 609.344 lengths. The English channel is approximately 25 miles wide, and doing the math, you get 1609.344 lengths of a 25m pool
3.1 mi = 4.9889664 kilometers . (4.9889664 kilometers) / (25 meters) = 199.558656 or 200 lengths.
A lap in an Olympic size pool is down and back, it's just farther than doing a lap in a 25 meter pool. A lap in an Olympic pool is 100 M whereas a lap in a regular pool is 50 M.
It is usually 24 lengths in a short pool(25 meters) and 12 lengths in a long pool (50 meters). Hope that helped!
If your question is whether it is good for the swimmers health, then no. That is the roughly swimming 2 miles in an hour, and swimming 61 yards each minute. I extremely advise you not to do this without guidance from a coach, and experience. This is something that an olympic distance swimmer would d…o in the olympics. If your question is if that is a good time for a 13 year old, then the answer is: YES. Please dont try this, I have hurt my shoulder from overuse while swimming, and it hurts. I had to sit out for 3 months, and still cant swim butterfly. ( Full Answer )
One statute mile is 5,280 feet. 1 pool-length/35 ft. X 5,280 ft./mile = 151 pool lengths 151, or 75.5 complete "laps" in your pool to swim one mile.
There are many different kinds. The most common is 6 lanes. There are also a lot of 8 lane pools.
In competitive swimming, 1500 meters is considered a mile so you would need to swim 60 lengths in a 25 meter pool to swim a mile.
1 mile = 1609.3412 metres 1609.3412 / 25 = 64.4 lengths (rounded to the nearest tenth)
depends upon the pool length! In an outdoor 50 meter pool, the swimming "mile" is the 1500 which is 30 lengths; in a 25 yard pool, typical of most indoor courses in the US, the 1650 is called the "mile" and it is 66 lengths. Neither is a true mile of 5,280 feet however.
By unit of length and distance andconversion ,we can say that 1 km=1000 m 25 m=0.025 km
It depends on how houses there are.Then you would approximately know how much homes have pools>.
It is usually one. It is one if the pool is 25 meters long. The pool could be a different length though.
Well, it would take me about 12 minutes to swim 250 meters. But, my swimmer sons could do it in less than 4 minutes. 250 meters is not a competition distance, but at world record pace for the 200 freestyle (1:42), it would take just a bit longer than 2 minutes.
2 miles = 3218.7 metres So, at 25 metres per lap, you would need to swim 3281.7/25 = 128.7 or 129 laps.
1 mile is 1760 yards and 25 yards will go in it 1760/25 = 70 times and leave a remainder of 10 yards, hence it would be 70 and 10/25 or 70 and 2/5 twenty five lengths which is 70.4 in decimal
32 laps Or to be exact, 32 laps plus 9.34 more meters into the 33rd lap.
39 lengths of a 50m pool 20 lengths of a 25m pool 43 lengths of a 50yard pool 22 lengths of a 25yard pool
Two hundred 25 x 4 = 100 100 x 10 =1,000 1,000 x 5 = 5,000 Then 4 x 10 x 5 = 200