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 What time was it when joe's brother passed him? 2014-04-25 From Nathan:joe left home in his bike at 10:00 am, traveling 21 km/h. At noon, his brother set out after him on his motorcycle, following the same route. if the motorcycle traveled at 63 km/h, what time was it when joe's brother passed him?Answered by Penny Nom. Motorcycle markup 2010-01-12 From Harold:I went to a motorcycle dealership and saw a motorcycle costing \$11,000. Dealerships have a way of marking up a product about 300%. What is the original cost of the motorcycle before the 300% markup?Answered by Robert Dawson. The length of the ramp on a motorcycle trailer 2008-03-25 From Joshua:I am currently building a motorcycle trailer. I am trying to figure out the length of the ramp so that the bikes don't scrap the trailer/ramp as they are loaded. This is the info I have: the motorcycle is 6" off the ground in the center, the point where the tires touch the ground are 80" apart, the trailer deck is 20" high. How do I figure the length of the ramp? Please show equation so I have for future reference with different measurements.Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston. Motorcycle expansion chamber design 2006-11-14 From David:I'm interested in calculating cone information regarding motorcycle expansion chamber design for example. I guess it's called a truncated cone, from what I've read so far. If I know the center line height, small radius, and large radius of a truncated cone then, how can I calculate the angle (included angle?) the cone forms? I'd like to know the variations of the formula so I can calculate for angle, or length, or one of the diameters if I know the other two measurements.Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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