Q: How many feet clearance when passing a bicyclist?

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1000 feet

7 feet by 23 feet.

Geometry is a crucial skill for farmers when spraying. The booms on a high clearance sprayer span 90 feet. If a farmer needs 200 acres of a field sprayed, he can estimate how many passes the sprayer will need to take in order to cover the field. This will require conversions of acres to feet as well as some geometric organization.

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3 feet

The commonsense answer is to leave the amount of room that the cyclist would occupy if he fell from his bike, and that includes space for the fallen bike too, and even more to make certain.

1.5 meters

It will take him 7 hours 30 minutes.

As much as is safe for the prevailing conditions.

Three if it hits a bicyclist. I can say that from experience. At least I think it was three; was pretty hard to approximate after I rolled off the hood.

There are three syllables. Bi-cy-clist.

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100 feet

17.6 feet/second*60 seconds/minute*60 minutes/hour=63360 feet per hour there are 5280 feet in a mile 63360 feet/hour*mile/5280 feet=12 miles per hour 90 miles/12 miles per hour=7.5 hours

100 feet

550 feet.