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 Four tires and a spare 2010-11-04 From stacey:a car is driven 40,000 miles using four tires and a spare. the tires are rotated so that each tire travels the same number of miles. What is the number of miles traveled by each tire?? HINT: the answer is not 8,000 miles each..Answered by Penny Nom. The tires on Helen's new car 2010-06-08 From Rich:Helen bought a new car with four tires and a full-size spare. If she rotated the tires so that each tire would have the same amount of wear, then how many miles were on each tire when her odometer showed 40,000 miles?Answered by Penny Nom. An 18,000 mile automobile trip 2008-06-23 From rachel:two men were about to start on an 18,000 mile automobile trip. The tires on their car were each good for 12,000 miles but not a foot more. how many spares will they need to go 18,000 milesAnswered by Stephen La Rocque. Tyres in a shipping container 2008-05-14 From Carlene:I need to work out how many tyres will go in a shipping container. The shipping container is 10 foot long, 8 foot wide and 8.6 foot high. The tyre is 175 millimeters across and it is 14 inches in tyre thickness. How many tyres will fit in my container?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Probability of getting their stories straight 2006-04-05 From Amy:Four students drive to school in the same car. They claim they were late because they had a flat tire. Assuming they did not have a flat tire what is the probability that they all would choose the same tire if asked which one was flat.Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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