Posted by **Jonathan** on Monday, September 24, 2012 at 11:15pm.

In lowest gear on a 10-speed bike, each turn of the pedals makes the wheels turn 3.4 times. In the highest gear, each turn of the pedals makes the wheels turn 1.8 times. With each turn of the wheels, the bike travels 6.5 feet. How much farther does the bike travel with each turn of the pedals in lowest gear than in highest gear?

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