1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A car whose wheels are of radius r feet is driven at a speed v. A pebble is thrown from one of the wheels. A. Neglecting air resistance, find the max height above the roadway which the pebble can reach as a function of r, g, and v. B. For very small values of v, what does the height become? C. For very large v, what angle gives the maximum height launch? 2. Relevant equations velocity=ω*radius 3. The attempt at a solution A. I would be able to solve this problem if I could get the velocity of the pebble when it's launched off of the wheel. I just don't know how to figure this out. B. For small values of v, the height would just become the height from which it is released. C. For large v, an angle of 0°would give it its max height launch (assuming the wheel is spinning counter clockwise).