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A string is wound is tightly around a wheel. When the end of the string is pulled through a distance of 10 cm, the wheel rotates through 5 revolutions. What is the radius of the wheel?

  1. drwls

    5*2*pi*R = 10*pi*R = 10 cm

    Solve for R

  2. Anonymous

    .318

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