Contents

- 1 What is the circumference of a bicycle tire with a radius of 11 inches?
- 2 How far does a bicycle wheel of radius 28cm travel in complete revolution?
- 3 How far does the bike travel if the tires make 10 revolutions?
- 4 What is the π?
- 5 What is the diameter of 11cm?
- 6 What is the formula for linear speed?
- 7 What is linear distance of a wheel?
- 8 How many revolutions will a wheel make in Travelling?
- 9 How many revolutions will a wheel of radius 3.5 cm make in Travelling 5.5 km?
- 10 How many revolutions will a wheel make in Travelling 528 M?
- 11 How many revolutions will a car wheel of diameter 30 in make as the car travels 1 mile?
- 12 How do you calculate the number of revolutions?
- 13 How does the size of a bicycle tire affect the distance it will travel?

## What is the circumference of a bicycle tire with a radius of 11 inches?

The circumference is approximately 68.1.

## How far does a bicycle wheel of radius 28cm travel in complete revolution?

Complete step by step answer: Hence, to make one revolution the wheel has to travel 88 cm.

## How far does the bike travel if the tires make 10 revolutions?

Circumference is calculated as C = πd, so 3.14*56=175.9cm circumference. Therefore, the distance traveled in 10 revolutions of the wheel equals 1759cm or 17.59 meters.

## What is the π?

Succinctly, pi—which is written as the Greek letter for p, or π—is the ratio of the circumference of any circle to the diameter of that circle. Regardless of the circle’s size, this ratio will always equal pi. In decimal form, the value of pi is approximately 3.14.

## What is the diameter of 11cm?

Answer the radius of the circle measuring 11 cm diameter is 5.5 cm.

## What is the formula for linear speed?

We can use calculus to prove the formula for Linear Speed, which is v=rω. Consider a body moving with a uniform velocity v in a circular path of radius r.

## What is linear distance of a wheel?

the distance traveled in one revolution of a wheel is equal to the perimeter(circumference) of the wheel. that is in one revolution it travels a linear distance of 2π(radius) radius = diameter /2 = 18. hence distance traveled is 2π(radius) = 2π(18) = 36π kaypeeoh72z and 56 more users found this answer helpful.

## How many revolutions will a wheel make in Travelling?

Since the circumference is equal to πx D, it is equal to: 3.14 x 3.125″ = 9.81″. With the wheel turning 9.81″ in one revolution, it would travel: 9.81″ x 3.625 revolutions or 35.56″ total.

## How many revolutions will a wheel of radius 3.5 cm make in Travelling 5.5 km?

So, the revolutions are 500.

## How many revolutions will a wheel make in Travelling 528 M?

Approx. 701 Revolutions will be completed by the wheel.

## How many revolutions will a car wheel of diameter 30 in make as the car travels 1 mile?

Therefore, it will take 672 revolutions for the wheel of car to travel a distance of one mile.

## How do you calculate the number of revolutions?

Because 1 rev=2π rad, we can find the number of revolutions by finding θ in radians.

## How does the size of a bicycle tire affect the distance it will travel?

The bigger the gear inches, the further the bicycle will go, per revolution of the crank. The ratio is proportional, meaning a change of factor X in wheel diameter or gear ratio will result in the bicycle traveling X times as far.