The figure is a model of a Ferris wheel. The diameter of the wheel is d = 177 feet, and one complete revolution takes 13 minutes. Find the linearvelocity of a person riding on the wheel. Give your answer in miles per hour and round to the nearest hundredth. (1 mi = 5,280 ft)mph

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The figure is a model of a Ferris wheel. The diameter of the wheel is d = 177 feet, and one complete revolution takes 13 minutes. Find the linear
velocity of a person riding on the wheel. Give your answer in miles per hour and round to the nearest hundredth. (1 mi = 5,280 ft)
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The figure is a model of a Ferris wheel. The diameter of the wheel is d = 177 feet, and one complete revolution takes 13 minutes. Find the linear velocity of a person riding on the wheel. Give your answer in miles per hour and round to the nearest hundredth. (1 mi = 5,280 ft) mph

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V =n7d ft/hr 177 - 3.14 2 - 13 =1283.2197 1283.2197 miles 5280 hour 0.24303 mh

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