Hello:

As the title says I am trying to convert 5.277 m/s to radians/second for a tire with 3200 millimeters of circumference.

A person sent me what is supposed to be the correct formula and data but I think it's wrong.

Angular Speed rad/s = ((Linear Speed m/s) / (Tire Diameter m x Pi)) x 2Pi x 100

This is what the solution is supposed to be:

w = ((5.277 m/s) / (3.2 meters X Pi)) X 2 Pi X 100 = 329 rad / sec

but according to me the 3.2 meters of the tire diameter should be 1018 millimeters (or 1.018 meters) instead. So:

w = ((5.277 m/s) / (1.018 meters X Pi)) X 2 Pi X 100 = 1036 rad / sec

What do you guys think?

Thanks and help is greatly appreciated.

As the title says I am trying to convert 5.277 m/s to radians/second for a tire with 3200 millimeters of circumference.

A person sent me what is supposed to be the correct formula and data but I think it's wrong.

Angular Speed rad/s = ((Linear Speed m/s) / (Tire Diameter m x Pi)) x 2Pi x 100

This is what the solution is supposed to be:

w = ((5.277 m/s) / (3.2 meters X Pi)) X 2 Pi X 100 = 329 rad / sec

but according to me the 3.2 meters of the tire diameter should be 1018 millimeters (or 1.018 meters) instead. So:

w = ((5.277 m/s) / (1.018 meters X Pi)) X 2 Pi X 100 = 1036 rad / sec

What do you guys think?

Thanks and help is greatly appreciated.

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