Posted by **anna** on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 4:53pm.

The rim of the London Eye (a 135m diameter ferris wheel) moves 26 cm/sec, slow enough for passengers to safely get on the wheel from the platform (2 meters above ground level) without stopping the wheel at the bottom of its rotation.

What's the height at the bottom of the wheel? The top? How high above the ground is the center of the wheel?

How far does a passenger travel as the wheel makes one complete revolution? How much times does that take?

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