1 mile = 5280 feet
220 times around makes one mile. 110 times around makes half a mile.
on an outdoor track, 6 times around is a mile and a half. four laps is a mile.
You can't tell the distance around from knowing the area. There are an infinite number of distances that it could be. Here are a few examples: #1: A circle, 235.5 feet across. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 739.9 feet. One mile = 7.14 times around. #2: A square, 208.7 feet on each side. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 834.8 feet. One mile = 6.32 times around. #3: A rectangle, 121-ft by 360-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 962-ft. One mile = 5.49 times around. #4: A rectangle, 72-ft by 605-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 1,354-ft. One mile = 3.9 times around. #5: A rectangle, 9-ft by 4,840-ft. Area = 1 acre. Distance around = 9,698-ft. One mile = 0.54 of once around.
If the track is 1/11 of a mile in length, it would take 11 times around the track to equal a mile.
You have to run four times around a football field to run a mile
4 Times around equals 1600 metres and a mile is 1609 metres.
4 times around the football track equals a mile.
6. Because 4 laps around is 1 mile.
1/0.4 = 2.5 times
4 To reach the total distance of one mile, you would have to run around a 1/4 mile track 4 times.
mile is 5280 ft. so 5280/25=211.2 times around to make a mile. answer = 212
If it is a 400 meter track, then 4 times
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4 times around the outside lane is 1 mile.
1 1/4 laps
3 times around the forum is considered one mile