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$ d = diameter \\[3ex] r = radius \\[3ex] L = arc\:\:length \\[3ex] t = time \\[3ex] \pi = \dfrac{22}{7} \\[5ex] \theta = central\:\:angle \\[3ex] v = linear\:\: velocity ... in\:\:meters\:\:per\:\:second \\[3ex] \omega = angular\:\:velocity ... in\:\:radians\:\:per\:\:second \\[3ex] RAD = radians \\[3ex] ^\circ = DEG = degrees \\[3ex] L = \dfrac{2\pi r\theta}{360} ...\theta \:\:in\:\:DEG \\[5ex] L = r\theta ...\theta \:\:in\:\:RAD \\[5ex] Circumference\:\:of\:\:a\:\:circle = 2\pi r \\[3ex] v = r\omega \\[3ex] \omega = \dfrac{v}{r} \\[5ex] v = \dfrac{L}{t} \\[5ex] \omega = \dfrac{\theta}{t} $

(1.) Assume the flywheel of a $2019$ Maserati Levanti has a diameter of $10\:cm$, and is rotating at a rate of $13$ radians per second.
Determine the linear speed in centimeters per minute of a point on its rim.
Round to the nearest integer as needed.

$ d = 10\:cm \\[3ex] r = \dfrac{10}{2} = 5\:cm \\[3ex] \omega = 13\:rad/sec \\[3ex] v = r\omega \\[3ex] v = 5 * 13 = 65\:cm/sec \\[3ex] 60\:sec = 1\:min \\[3ex] \therefore 1\:sec = \dfrac{1}{60}\:min \\[5ex] 65\:cm/sec = 65\:cm \div 1\:sec \\[5ex] = 65\:cm \div \dfrac{1}{60}\:min \\[5ex] = 65 * \dfrac{60}{1} \\[5ex] = 3900 \\[3ex] \rightarrow v = 3900\:cm/min $
(2.) The radius of the planet, Jupiter is $43000$ miles.
Jupiter makes a revolution every $10$ hours.
Calculate the linear speed of a point on its equator in miles per hour.
Round to the nearest integer as needed.

$ r = 43000\:mi \\[3ex] \omega = 1\:rev \:\:per\:\:10\:hr \\[3ex] Convert\:\:to\:\:rev/hr \\[3ex] 1\:rev \rightarrow 10\:hr \\[3ex] 10\:hr \rightarrow 1\:rev \\[3ex] \therefore 1\:hr = \dfrac{1}{10}\:rev/hr \\[5ex] Convert\:\:to\:\:rad/hr \\[3ex] 1\:rev = 360\:DEG = 2\pi\:RAD \\[3ex] \therefore \dfrac{1}{10}\:rev = \dfrac{1}{10} * 2\pi\:rad \\[5ex] \dfrac{1}{10} * 2\pi\:rad = \dfrac{2\pi\:rad}{10} = \dfrac{\pi\:rad}{5} \\[5ex] \dfrac{\pi\:rad}{5} = \dfrac{22}{7} \div 5 \\[5ex] \dfrac{22}{7} \div 5 = \dfrac{22}{7} * \dfrac{1}{5} = \dfrac{22 * 1}{5 * 35} \\[5ex] \dfrac{22 * 1}{5 * 35} = \dfrac{22}{35} \\[5ex] \rightarrow \omega = \dfrac{22}{35}\:rad/hr \\[5ex] v = r\omega \\[3ex] v = 43000\:mi * \dfrac{22}{35}\:rad/hr \\[5ex] v = \dfrac{43000 * 22}{35} = \dfrac{946000}{35} \\[5ex] v = 27028.57143\:mi/hr \\[3ex] v \approx 27029\:mi/hr $
(3.) The diameter of a cylinder is $20.42\:in$
The linear speed of a point on the cylinder's surface is $18.09\:ft/sec$
Determine the angular speed of the cylinder in revolutions per hour.
Round to the nearest integer as needed.

The units should be consistent.
Convert ft to inches

$ d = 20.42\:in \\[3ex] r = \dfrac{d}{2} = \dfrac{20.42}{2} = 10.21\:in \\[5ex] v = 18.09\:ft/sec \\[3ex] 1\:ft = 12\:in \\[3ex] \therefore 18.09\:ft = 18.09(12) = 217.08\:in \\[3ex] \rightarrow v = 217.08\:in/sec \\[3ex] \omega = \dfrac{v}{r} \\[5ex] \omega = \dfrac{217.08\:in/sec}{10.21\:in} \\[5ex] \omega = 21.26150833\:rad/sec \\[3ex] Convert\:\:to\:\:rev/hr \\[3ex] 1\:rev = 360\:DEG = 2\pi\:RAD \\[3ex] 2\pi rad = 1\:rev \\[3ex] \therefore 1\:rad = \dfrac{1}{2\pi}\:rev \\[5ex] 1\:hr = 3600\:sec \\[3ex] 3600\:sec = 1\:hr \\[3ex] \therefore 1\:sec = \dfrac{1}{3600}\:hr \\[5ex] \rightarrow 21.26150833\:rad/sec = 21.26150833\:rad \div 1\:sec \\[3ex] 21.26150833\:rad \div 1\:sec = 21.26150833 * \dfrac{1}{2\pi}\:rev \div \dfrac{1}{3600}\:hr \\[5ex] 21.26150833 * \dfrac{1}{2\pi} \div \dfrac{1}{3600} = 21.26150833 * \dfrac{1}{2\pi} * \dfrac{3600}{1} \\[5ex] 2\pi = 2 * \dfrac{22}{7} = \dfrac{2 * 22}{7} = \dfrac{44}{7} \\[5ex] \dfrac{1}{2\pi} = 1 \div \dfrac{44}{7} = 1 * \dfrac{7}{44} = \dfrac{1 * 7}{44} = \dfrac{7}{44} \\[5ex] 21.26150833 * \dfrac{1}{2\pi} * \dfrac{3600}{1} = 21.26150833 * \dfrac{7}{44} * 3600 \\[5ex] 21.26150833 * \dfrac{7}{44} * \dfrac{3600}{1} = \dfrac{21.26150833 * 7 * 3600}{44} \\[5ex] \dfrac{21.26150833 * 7 * 3600}{44} = \dfrac{535790.0099}{44} = 12177.04568 \\[5ex] \rightarrow \omega = 12177.04568\:rev/hr \\[3ex] \therefore \omega \approx 12177\:rev/hr $

$ \tan\left(\cos^{-1}\left(-\dfrac{1}{2}\right)\right) \\[5ex] \cos^{-1}\left(-\dfrac{1}{2}\right) = 120^\circ ... Unit\:\: Circle\:\: Trigonometry \\[5ex] = \tan120 \\[3ex] = -\sqrt{3} ... Unit\:\: Circle\:\: Trigonometry $

$ L = \dfrac{2\pi r\theta}{360} ...\theta \:\:in\:\:DEG \\[5ex] \pi = \dfrac{22}{7} \\[5ex] r = 6400 km \\[3ex] \theta = 12^\circ \\[3ex] L = \left(2 * \dfrac{22}{7} * 6400 * 12\right) \div 360 \\[5ex] L = 2 * \dfrac{22}{7} * 6400 * 12 * \dfrac{1}{360} \\[5ex] L = \dfrac{2 * 22 * 6400 * 12}{7 * 360} \\[5ex] L = \dfrac{3379200}{2520} \\[5ex] L = 1340.952381 \\[3ex] L \approx 1341 \:km $

$ From\:\:12:40\:PM \:\:to\:\: 1:25\:PM = 45\:\:minutes \\[3ex] 1\:\:complete\:\:rotation = 1\:\:hour = 60\:\:minutes \\[3ex] L = 2\pi r \:\:for\:\: 1\:\:hour \\[3ex] \rightarrow 60\:\:minutes \rightarrow 2\pi r \\[3ex] \therefore 45\:\:minutes = \dfrac{45 * 2\pi r}{60} = \dfrac{3\pi r}{2} \\[5ex] \rightarrow L = \dfrac{3\pi r}{2} \\[5ex] r = r ...not\:\:given \\[3ex] \theta = \dfrac{L}{r} \\[5ex] \theta = \dfrac{3\pi r}{2} \div r \\[5ex] \theta = \dfrac{3\pi r}{2} * \dfrac{1}{r} \\[5ex] \theta = \dfrac{3\pi}{2} $