Guest Jan 3, 2018

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a) It will make a dotted line (or if the bike is not traveling straight, a dotted curve).

b) It will travel the circumference of the wheel between each mark.

The circumference of the wheel = 2pi * 46 cm = 92pi cm

c) 1 km = 1,000 m = 100,000 cm

100,000 / (92pi) ≈ 345.989

Depending on where the paint was on the wheel to begin with, there will be either 345 marks or 346 marks.

hectictar
Jan 4, 2018

#1**+2 **

Best Answer

a) It will make a dotted line (or if the bike is not traveling straight, a dotted curve).

b) It will travel the circumference of the wheel between each mark.

The circumference of the wheel = 2pi * 46 cm = 92pi cm

c) 1 km = 1,000 m = 100,000 cm

100,000 / (92pi) ≈ 345.989

Depending on where the paint was on the wheel to begin with, there will be either 345 marks or 346 marks.

hectictar
Jan 4, 2018