Wheeled Travel

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Wheeled Travel
A three-wheeled vehicle travels 100 km. two spare wheels are available. each of the five tires used for?

A vehicle three wheel covers 100 km. two spare wheels are available. each of the five tires used for the same distance during the trip. for many miles has every used tire?

The total trip will be necessary that the wheels are used for an equivalent of 300 km (3 times the wheels 100 km in total). But is divided equally among the 5 tires. 300 km / 5 tires = 60 km / pneumatic Answer: 60 miles per tire Another way of looking at this is that in any time, 3 / 5 of the tires is touching the road. So the tires are mainly used for the 3 / 5 of the trip. 3 / 5 x 100 km = 60 km's PS question was not asked to find a method of tire rotation (several options), but you could imagine that happens every 20 km, taking one off and using the next tire rotation. First 20 km: 20 km next ABC: BCD next 20 km: CDE next 20 km: DEA next 20 km: EAB As you can see each tire 3 segments is used to travel 100 km. (3 x 20 km = 60 km) Answer: 60 km / tires

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