1.50 minutes per lap. But you could get a 2.55 on your first 800 meters then a 3.00 on your second and you will have a 5.55 mile! or you can adjust your times to get 6.00 minutes.
One and a third laps. One lap will be 3/4 of a mile. A third of a lap (1/3 X 3/4 ) is 1/4 of a mile. 3/4 of a mile + 1/4 of a mile = 1 mile
A mile is 1760 yards. A lap of a 25 yard pool is 50 yards. So number of laps = 1760/50 = 35.2
The treadmill instructions should specify the length of a "lap". A typical track-and-field track in the US (the sort you'd find circling a football field at an American high school) has a length of 440 yards, which is one quarter of a mile. Assuming the treadmill is using the same definition of a "lap", four such laps would constitute a mile.
Run 90 seconds per lap. More realistically, your first lap should probably be under 85 seconds, try to keep your first two laps under 3 minutes, don't slow down or get discouraged in your third lap, and give it all you've got in the last lap, especially the last 100 meters.
1. minute and 13 seconds
If each lap is 3.66 mile then 1/3.66 = 0.2732 (to 4 dp) laps make a mile.
No ones ever run a mile in 3 mins the lowest has been 4 mins and something seconds, if ur doing a 10 lap that = a mile u'd need need to do about 20 secs a lap.
14 minutes 34.56 seconds for long course lap swimming and 14 minutes 26.62 seconds for short course.
Depends on how long the pool is.