Pre-calc

A bicyclist is riding at 27 km/hour. She is pedaling at 95 rpm. Her rear wheel has radius 0.34 m and her rear sprocket has radius 0.03 m.

A. What is the radius of her front sprocket?

B. Through what angle (in degrees) does her rear wheel rotate in 0.004 second?

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