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How many miles is it around the Earth?

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Answered 2017-07-24 06:58:32

24,901.55 miles at the equator; 24,859.82 milesaround the poles.

The difference is because the Earth is rotating very quickly, which causes it to bulge outward slightly at the equator, the area of fastest spin.

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About 25,000 miles around the earth.

At the equator, it is 24,960 miles around the Earth.

The equatorial circumference of the Earth is 24,901.55 miles. This is how many miles the Earth is around.

One time around the earth is 25000 miles. :)

Earth is 24,901.55 miles all the way around.

amazingly it takes earth 596,088,000 miles to go one time around the earth!!

The earth has a circumference of approximately 24,906 miles brent mckeown

The earth is 24,901.5 miles around at the equator.

238857 miles but it is moving away from earth at around 12cm a year

The equatorial circumference of the earth is 24,902 miles (40,075 km.).

The Circumference of the Earth is 24,900 miles. If it were possible to walk in a straight line all around the Earth. Which it is not.

The Earth travels approximately 1,606,560 miles in a day.

the earth radious is 3,959 miles (6,371 km) wide

1000 miles, this is nonsense. The actual circumference of Earth (measured at the equator) is 24,906.7 miles.

The earth's circumference is about 24,902 miles when measured at the equator.

The circumference of the Earth at the equator is 24901.55 miles (40075.16 km).

Around 5000 miles, you can measure on google earth

Around 200 miles, you can measure on Google Earth

Earth's equatorial circumference is about 24,900 miles. Twenty thousand trips around the earth would rack up half a billion miles.

The circumference of the Earth at the equator is 40,075 kilometers or 24,902 miles. The circumference of the Earth through the poles is 40,008 kilometers or 24,860 miles.

3,000,000 / 24,901.5 (the circumference of the Earth at the equator) =Just under 120.5 times around the Earth.