# A wheel of a car rotated 1000 times in travelling a distance of 1.76 km . Find the radius of the wheel . (Take `pi=(22)/(7))`

Updated On: 24-4-2021

16.9 k+

800+

Answer

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58 cm

48 cm

38 cm

28 cm

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00:00 - 00:59 | questions on A wheel of a car rotated 1000 times in a travelling distance of 1.7 cm find the radius of the will take place from 20 to 17 years and it will rotate that is when we will complete the means of complete one revolution that this is actually the distance covered in one Revolution ok and this is nothing but the circle aur wheel that every talking about the distance covered in one Revolution how can we calculate circumference of a and b is equal to know that to a video I will calculate the radius now if we talking about the distance covered in total revolution |

01:00 - 01:59 | 1000 7000 RPM x 1000 25 x 1080 distance which is given as 1.76 M and this is gonna be good to buy into 1000 ok now as we know that one kilometre is equal to 1007 change into the km into m so I will multiply 1.7 1.76 in 2002 by a into 1,000 also as we know that this is in m 1 metre is equal to understand |

02:00 - 02:59 | so multiply 111.76 Into X 1200 sentimeter 25 into ok so I will be equal to we can calculate 1.76 into 1000 INR to won and upon 255 Tekken 22 upon 7 as already given in the question in 2007-2008 out here and 7 go to the Intezar 7.76 in 200 this is 176 into 7 upon to in 222 we will cancel it out with 11 so this is gonna be equal to 11 11 11 11 666 in to 7.2 into 22 |

03:00 - 03:59 | and this is become 4.16 / for this is equal to what was the 16 and 27 this is equal to 28 Sun ideas will be in cm 28 CM can see that han radius of wheel in cm 28cm the final answer this question thank you |

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