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a bicyclist is travelling at night, and a generator mounted on the bike powers a headlight. a small rubber wheel on the shaft of the generator presses against the bike tire and turns the coil of the generator at an angular speed that is 44times as great as the angular speed of the tire itself. the tire has radius of 0.33m. the coil consist of 75 turns and has an area of 2.6*10^-3 m^2 and rotates in a 0.1T magnetic field. when the peak emf being generated is 6.0V, what is the linear speed of the bike?

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