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A lap is not a standard unit of length and so the question cannot be answered. For example, a lap ina swimming pool will be quite different to one on a track field.

A lap is not a standard unit of length and so the question cannot be answered. For example, a lap ina swimming pool will be quite different to one on a track field.

A lap is not a standard unit of length and so the question cannot be answered. For example, a lap ina swimming pool will be quite different to one on a track field.

A lap is not a standard unit of length and so the question cannot be answered. For example, a lap ina swimming pool will be quite different to one on a track field.

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A lap is not a standard unit of length and so the question cannot be answered. For example, a lap ina swimming pool will be quite different to one on a track field.

Q: How many laps make a yard?

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On an outdoor track 4 laps equal one mile. In a swimming pool, a swimming mile is 33 laps down and back, a real mile is 36 laps down and back.

5 miles is 8800 yards8800/25 = 352Three hundred fifty two laps

Half-mile = 1760/2 = 880 yards. 880/25 = 35.2 laps.

Depends on the size of the gym!

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In a 25-yard pool, 40 lengths (or 20 laps) equals 1000 yards.

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A mile is 1760 yards. A lap of a 25 yard pool is 50 yards. So number of laps = 1760/50 = 35.2

7.5 laps

22 laps in a 25 yard pool is equal to 1/3 mile. In competitive swimming, 66 laps or 1650 yds. is what is considered a mile. If swimming a 50 meter pool, 1,500 meters or 30 laps is a mile.

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Depends on how long the pool is....? 32 laps of a 55 yard pool is one mile... just under 30 laps

first, how many laps to swim a mile in a 25 yard pool. Second, how many laps to swim a mile in a 25 meter pool. Third, subtract the lowest number to get your answer.

70.4 25-yard laps are needed to complete one mile.

It would help to know the size of a pool. I assume it is not 1 yard!

if the track is 1/10th of a mile, you would have to make ten laps to equal one mile. you would have make 5 laps to make half a mile. So 10 laps plus 5 laps equals 15 laps.