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Assuming that the circumference is 30 inches, it would travel thirty inches in one complete turn of the wheel.

If you are referring to a 30 inch radius then it would be = 60pie = 188.4 inches.

If you mean 30 inch diameter it would be = 30pie = 94.2 inches.

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