Posted by **Chelsea** on Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 5:54pm.

Suppose that the spool is 1m long and has an inner diameter of 20 cm and an outer diameter of 60 cm. Approximately, how long a piece of 5 cm thick rope can be wound onto this spool? ( Assume that the rope is wound neatly, in layers. Each layer will consist of a row of "winds" and each "wind" will be approximately a circle.) Explain.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - A hollow steel tube, 4 m long, has walls 5 mm thick and is open at each ...
- maths - A metal pipe is 63cm long. Inner diameter of a cross section is 6m and ...
- Physics - Ho can I calculate the volume of a CD that is 0.75 mm thick has outer ...
- Math - a 120 foot long rope is cut into 3 pieces. the first piece of rope is ...
- Physics - You need to make a 100 microH inductor on a cylinder that is 5.0 cm ...
- Math algebra - A 120- foot long rope is cut into three pieces the first piece of...
- algebra - A 120-foot-long rope is cut into 3 pieces. The first piece of rope is ...
- MATH - A 210 ft. long rope is cut into 3 pieces. The first piece of rope is 3 ...
- MATH - The 120-foot rope is cut into 3 pieces.The first of rope is twice as long...
- math - A 120-foot long rope is cut into 3 pieces. the first rope is twice as ...

More Related Questions