Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, January 18, 2013 at 1:19pm.

I was given a graph of an adult riding a bike.

So I believe the period represents how long the wheels take to turn (is that correct?) now they want me to make a graph of a child riding a bike.

Do you think the period would be bigger or smaller? I was thinking it might take longer because the child would go slower. That being said children's bikes have smaller wheels and thus would make a full turn faster. What do you think?

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