Four laps is equivalent to one mile. This therefore means that 125 laps make up the Indianapolis 500 miles.
It all depends on the track but they are normally 400 to 500 laps but some races have up too 600 laps and as few as 150.
About 16 lengths of the pool or 8 times up and back (laps).
70.4 laps. 25yds is 75 feet. (5280ft/mi)/75ft=70.4. If a lap is one length then 70.4 laps. If a lap is two lengths, i.e., up and back then its 35.2 laps.
I was actually looking this up as well but I think I have the answer: 400 meters per lap * 25 Laps = 10,000
The track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a 2.5 mile oval track. The Indianapolis 500 is 200 laps.
It's easy to calculate how many laps to a mile. Just ask someone who's working there if the pool is 100 meters or 100 yards. One lap is always down and back. If the pool is in yards it's almost 9 laps, if its meters it's closer to 8 laps. Happy swimming!
4 laps. Olympic pool is 50 meters. 200 meters is up and back twice.
The Indy 500 - or the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race consists of 200 laps. The circuit consists of an asphalt track with four turns.
It's 17.6 round-trip laps (or 35.2 if you count each way as a lap). I usually round up to 18.
You can watch Phar Laps on the internet. To watch Phar Laps, all you need to do is search it up online or go to your local movie store to rent it. I recommend looking it up online first, as there's videos on the web.
How many laps in a Triathlon, depends on the distance of the race. Most "sprint" triathlons have a swim that is 500 yards or 750 yards. In a 25 yard pool, that is 20 to 30 laps. Most other triathlons are open water swims, ranging from 1.5Km for Olympic distance events up to 3.8Km for what is commonly referred to as Ironman distance.
Yes swimming laps is an option for a cardio workout. It has many benefits since not only will it get your heart rate up it is also a very good muscle workout aswell.
You have to swim 20 laps of the pool in a 500 yard race. One lap is considered one length of the pool, or 25 yards. In the 500, you are allowed a counter. The counter sits at the far end of the pool and shows you how many laps you have swum. The counter will show up to the number 17, then on the 19th lap, he or she will show a red sign.
It laps up the liquid with its tongue.
On the Up - 2007 Latina Laps Competition 1-33 was released on: USA: 8 April 2007
Answer: 5280 ' = 1609.344 m. 1609.344/50 = 32.2, so it would take 32.2 full laps to complete one mile.
It depends. The races are designed in such a way that they last for approximately 2 hours (And do not exceed 2 hours) covering an approximate distance of around 300 kilometres. In small race tracks like Monaco more than 70 laps are there but in large tracks like Belgium only 40 odd laps are raced. The number of laps may go up or down depending on the race track size.
Yes,they are made up of many cells.
The same way as a dog, it laps it up with its tongue.
The backbone is made up of many joints. Hope this helps
Yes, light is made up of many colors
its made up of many cells, two at most