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...7Ļ/2 ā t = 7/8 s (C) Using the data from (A), and since the tire starts at h = 0, the time intervals are 1/8 s ā¤ t ā¤ 3...

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In automotive circles, rotating the tires means you move the wheel assemblies (rim + tires ) to another...

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...than 90 degrees, the skidding force of the tires would have been against the linear slide: it would have... a sliding friction surface for the

**rotation**, and so yes, it is reasonable to imagine that the**rotation**...2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 13/07/2009

... the distance traveled divided by the circumference of the tire : N =distance / circumference N = ( 91.76 m ) / (Ļ diameter) N = ( 91...

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... his units. The correct result: the circumference of the

**tire**is 0.58 pi meters, the speed is 17 meters per second, so the**rotation**speed is 17/(0.58 pi) revolutions per second. The...6 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 05/08/2008

... relative to the woman. (c) v, velocity of the point at the top of the

**tire**is = 80 km/h because that is how fast the car is moving...5 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 20/11/2006

You would move a linear distance equal to the circumference of the tire . The circumference of a circle is equal to 2Ļr, or Ļd, where d = diameter and Ļ ā 3.14. So you would move 78.5 inches.

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1 revolution = 2Ļ rads 23 revs = 23 x 2Ļ .. .. āŗ144.51 rad

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1.1 is the Diameter? Circ = pi x D Circ = 3.14 x 1.1 Circ = 3.454 m Divide that INTO 24.5 m

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I assume you are asking where is the nail, if the nail started out at a 90 degree angle. The nail is sticking out at 270 degrees.

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