# One lap of a running track measures 255 m. To run 10.0 km, how many laps should you run?

If complete laps are to be run, 40 laps are needed..

To find the number of times 255m can "fit into" 10km, we must divide 10.0km by 255m.

Since the units are not the same, we cannot divide until they are.

If complete laps have to be run, 40 laps will be 10 Km.

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To run 10.0 km, you would need to run 39.22 laps.

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