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A cyclist a jogger and a fly 2012-06-04
From Emd:
A cyclist & a jogger are 20 miles apart. Cyclist goes 20 mph & jogger 7mph towards each other. A fly starts on nose of cyclist & flies at 20 mph from cyclist to jogger & back & forth until they meet. How far has the fly travelled?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A dead fly is stuck to a belt that passes over two pulleys 2009-03-21
From Jules:
A dead fly is stuck to a belt that passes over two pulleys 6 inches and 8 inches in radius. Assuming no slippage,how fast is the fly moving when the large pulley (8 inches) makes 21 revolutions per second ? How many revolutions per second does the small pulley make ? How long will it take the dead fly to travel 1 mile ?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Rotational energy needs 2007-08-29
From will:
how much energy in KW do i need to start and subsequently rotate a 4 ton fly wheel of 1 metre radius at 12 rpm?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
More on quadrilateral shape names 2007-05-26
From Don:
If North Americans call a quadrilateral with no parallel sides a trapezium, is a kite merely a special type of trapezium? Can a rhombus be a kite?
Answered by Walter Whiteley and Penny Nom.
How far does the fly fly? 2001-08-07
From Harold:
 
6 MPH                            4 MPH 
Rachel  ----------------------     Eli                        
                  10 Miles apart  

The fly is on Rachels handlebars. The fly is scared so it flys back and forth at 20 MP H. How far has the fly flown when Rachel and Eli meet?

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Answered by Penny Nom.
A Kite 1998-10-07
From Paul Scott:
What is the mathematical term for the kite shape?
Answered by Walter Whiteley.
 
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