If you mean UK miles, that would be 77.25 lengths!
50 lengths of 25 metres = 1250 metres = 0.7767 miles (to 4 dp)
In a 25m pool it is 200 lengths
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
100 lengths of a 25m pool
There are 1500/25 = 60 lengths of 25cm
3.1 mi =4.9889664 kilometers(4.9889664 kilometers) / (25 meters) = 199.558656 or 200 lengths.
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
1.4 miles = 2253.08 metres = 90.12 lengths of 25m
4 lengths of a 25M pool, 2 lengths of a 50M pool.
32 lengths of a standard training pool 25m
10 lengths of a 25m pool
2.5km = 2500m 2500m / 25m ('standard' pool length) = 100 lengths
5000 (5k) meters divided by 25 meters =200 lengths
39 lengths of a 50m pool 20 lengths of a 25m pool 43 lengths of a 50yard pool 22 lengths of a 25yard pool
If you mean 5 kilometers, it is 200 lengths.
1 kilometre = 1000 metres. You now have all the information required to work out, for yourself, the answer to this and similar questions.
4 lengths of 25m (not 25km) is 100m So 4x4=16 lengths to make 400m
1603036 lengths of a (standard) 25m pool - that's going to take a long time!
///well, first you figure out how many laps in a 50metre pool then times 2. The answer is 60 laps of the 25 metre pool./// Your actually wrong. 1 lap = 2 lengths. Its 60 lengths or 30 laps Tom :)
It depends on the length of the pool. In a 25m pool, it is 6 lengths.
100 I know this because i used to swim 5k
It depends on how long the pool is, most swimming pools are either 25m or 50m long thus 1km (or 1,000m) will be 40 lengths in a 25m pool and 20 lengths in a 50m pool