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• ### How many laps around a court in a mile?

• 1 Mile = 5280 feet. Now to find the number of laps around a court we just need to divide the number of feet in a mile by the perimeter so we will have the following equation. Laps per mile = 5280/P or 5280/ (2L+2W) For our standard highschool court which has a length of 84 feet and a width of 50 feet we can now plug the number in as such :

• ### How do you find the number of laps around a court?

• Our measurement for perimeter will be in feet, so we will need to convert 1 mile into feet also. 1 Mile = 5280 feet. Now to find the number of laps around a court we just need to divide the number of feet in a mile by the perimeter so we will have the following equation.

• ### How many laps does it take to run a mile?

• If you were running laps in high school, you were most likely on a regulation size high school court. For this size court, it would have taken you about 19.7 laps to run a mile. This means that those 20 laps your coach made you run for being late to practice was a little over a mile.

• ### How many laps did your coach make you run for practice?

• This means that those 20 laps your coach made you run for being late to practice was a little over a mile. Sure, I have run plenty of laps around the basketball court as a player but I have a somewhat funny story from the perspective of a coach.