400 meters is standard lap distance for a race track. 2 x 50 meters is lap distance in International pools. A lap of 440 yards is 1/4 mile. So 4 laps/mile.
5 miles. 1500 meters – Three and three-quarters laps around the track, . 94 miles. (At most high school meets, this race is replaced by the 1600 meters, which is equivalent to 1 mile).
Since a mile is 1600 meters, four laps around a standard track will amount to one mile. The width of the standard track is divided into eight-lane and only lane 1, the interior most lane, is 400 meters in length.
You can not use regular rubber line with a brake system. First, even with a barbed or rolled end, the clamps will not stand up to the 100+ psi. Second, brake fluid is not kind to rubber hoses.
If you are unfamiliar with the problem, right-click the highlighted code. The first item in the context menu shows the suggested fix. Select the item to apply the fix. If multiple instances of a problem exist, MATLAB might offer to apply the suggested fix for all instances of the problem.
Y = ceil( X ) rounds each element of X to the nearest integer greater than or equal to that element. Y = ceil( t ) rounds each element of the duration array t to the nearest number of seconds greater than or equal to that element.