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The diameter of a tire is 2.5 ft. What is the circumference of the tire? About how many times will thee tire have to rotate to travel in 1 mile? 5280 ft.

A. 5 ft?

B. 1,056ft???

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  1. The circumference is not 5 feet.

    C = pi * d

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Told ya

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  3. Guys just explain please!!

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  4. Plagiarism is a violation of the honor code. Do your own work

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  5. C = 7.85

    Then divide 5280 by 7.85
    = 672.6

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  6. C = pi x d
    C=3.14 x 2.5
    C = 7.85

    Then divide 5280 by 7.85
    = 672.6 revolutions in one mile

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  7. Mrs. Velarde then why are you here

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  8. Exactly ☝

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  9. These answer are ALL wrong!!!

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  10. tbh i kinda dont care if i get this one wrong i just wanna finish my homework

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  11. I gotta agree with you on this one mate

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  12. anybody nees answers

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  13. A. YOU need to multiply 3.14 by 2.5
    it equals 1.14 x 2.5
    that equals 7.85
    u have to round it so the final answer is 8

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  14. B. 1 mile = 5,280 feet
    1 rotation is 7.85
    5,280/7.85 = 672.611465

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  15. The dude who said that plagiarism crap u on here too so shut the freak up

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  17. HERE'S HELP
    1 mile = 5,280 feet
    1 rotation is 7.85
    5,280/7.85 = 672.611465

    A. circumference is: 7.85 inches
    B. it will rotate: 672 times
    This is where you need to be.....

    2.5 diameter times pi
    gets you to 7.85 ft that is one rotation distance.
    One miles is 5280 feet
    you divide now your 7.85 into the 5280 and see how many times the tire will rotate .. the answer is that 672.611 number but the answer is 672
    it will rotate 672 times to get a mile down the road because the circle is taking up seven inches to make a full rotation. get it? you're welcome!

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  18. O-O

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  19. Oof

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  20. The circumference is the line from the center of the circle to the edge of the circle, so if the hight of the circle is 2.5, we would have to divide it by 2 to get half the circle.

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  21. You guys talk, type too much, weirdo's

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  22. But the bees wing thrust is fast.

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