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A car has a mass of 2630 kg. The mass of the wheel is 6kg. The mass of the tire is 25 kg. The radius of the wheel is 0.4 meters, and the radius of the tire is 0.2 meters.

Assuming that the shape of the wheels is a solid cylindrical disc, determine the moment of inertia of the wheel. And assuming that the shape of the tire is a thin cylinder shell, determine the moment of inertia of the tire.

If this car travels at exactly 45 miles per hour, what is the translational kinetic energy of this car?

What is the angular speed of the tire and the angular speed of the wheel? Determine the rotational kinetic energy of the wheels and the tires.

What is the rotational kinetic energy of the wheels and the rotational kinetic energy of the tires?

What percentage of the total kinetic energy is from the rotational kinetic energy?

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Mechanics question:
A car has a mass of 2630 kg. The mass of the wheel is 6kg. The
mass of the tire is 25 kg. The radius of the wheel is 0.4 meters,
and the radius of the tire is 0.2 meters.
Assuming that the shape of the wheels is a solid cylindrical
disc, determine the moment of inertia of the wheel. And assuming
that the shape of the tire is a thin cylinder shell, determine the
moment of inertia...

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A uniform disk of radius 0.40 m and mass 31.0 kg rolls on a
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Given:
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b. The torque acting on the wheel.
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d. The final rotational kinetic energy after the 8 seconds.

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Wheel A and B are then brought together so that they may be
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