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Mertsj Group Title

@wasiqss How is it 50 pi radians per second? If you contradict an answer you should provide a reason.

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    original question?

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  2. wasiqss Group Title
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    the speed was 25 m/s,so it means 25 rev in one second, hence 1 rev = 2pie so multiply 2 pie with 25

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    25 m per second does not mean 25 rev in 1 sec since 1 rev is pi m not 1 meter

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    I wanna know the question as well now

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    it would help if we know size of wheel

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    http://openstudy.com/users/wasiqss#/updates/4f032370e4b01ad20b547ca6

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    a truck is moving at a rate of 90km/hr, and the diameter of its wheel is 1 meter. find the angular speed of the wheels in radians per second.

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    it is a circumference of pi

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  9. Mertsj Group Title
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    Of course. That is what I said.

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    I know, just backing you up

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  11. imranmeah91 Group Title
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    It is 50 rad/sec

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  12. wasiqss Group Title
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    diameter was one meter

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    Yep so 1 revolution is C = Pi times diameter or pi meters

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    90000 ------- = cycle per hours 2 pi .5 90000 ------- 1/3600 = cycle per second 2 pi .5 90000 ------- *2pi*1/3600 =(90000/.5)*1/3600= radian per second

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    i rev= 2pie, hence 25 rev means 50 pie

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    who said 25 rev?

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