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A bicycle wheel makes 500 revolutions in moving 22km.find the diameter of the wheel.(take pi=22/7)

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how much distance does it cover in making one revolution?
is it 22/500?
yes.. ok next, in general, if a wheel has a radius of say 'r' how much distance it cover in one revolution?

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srry dude donno!!!!
when a wheel makes one revolution, the distance it covers is equal to its circumference.. so now can you tell?
2(pi)r=22/500...not sure abt my answer...........
correct!.. solve to get r and then find diameter
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