anonymous
  • anonymous
The radius of the tires of a car is 18 inches, and they are revolving at the rate of 673 revolutions per minute. How fast is the car traveling in miles per hour?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I have found an angular velocity (omega) of 80,760 Pi radians per hour (673 revs/1 min)*(2 Pi rads/1 rev)*(60 min/1 hr). Where do I go from here?
razor99
  • razor99
so u know the formulae right
anonymous
  • anonymous
velocity=radius*omega, right?

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razor99
  • razor99
yep
anonymous
  • anonymous
But simply multiplying 80,760 Pi rad/hour by 18 inches isn't giving me the answer I need, so I must be missing a step.

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