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Wheel movement of one revelution equals one circumference ( in feet ). Calculate that from the given info of radius ( in inches ).

imagine standing on a roundabout. f is the number of complete revolutions of the circumference which you make per second. omega on the other hand is the number of times you pass the radial distance per second. as the circumference of a circle is 2(pi)*radius, the number of times you travel a radius within a given time will be 2(pi) times the time to travel the circumference

If it doesn't slip, it travels one circumference of the rim with each rotation.The circumference = (2 pi) times (the radius) = (2 pi) x (14.75) = 92.677 inches. (rounded)

If by "27 inch wheel" you mean:"a wheel with a circumference of 27 inches" The answer is 27 inches."a wheel with a radius of 27 inches" The answer is 54π inches"a wheel with a diameter of 27 inches" The answer is 27π inches

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