Hum I don't know if it is the right section, I mean I am taking cal 3 but this doesn't really uses calculus.... anyway I'll post it here due to the nature of my class. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A bicycle wheel has radius R. Let P be a point on the spoke of a wheel at a distance d from the center of the wheel. The wheel begins to roll to the right along the the x-axis. The curve traced out by P is given by the following parametric equations: x=15(θ)-6sin(θ) y=15-6cos(θ) 2. Relevant equations When it goes cw θ< 0 3. The attempt at a solution I really don't know where to start, the wheel makes a cycloid shape but I don't know how to start solving for it, this question just seems so odd to me, a hint in the right direction would be appreciated?