1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A bicycle is rolling down a circular hill that has a radius of 9.00m. The angular displacement of the bike is 0.960rad. The radius of each wheel is 0.400m. What is the angle (in radians) through which each tyre rotates ? Notes on question : - wheels are in rolling motion (involves rotation) - bicycle speed and wheel speed is angular 2. Relevant equations angle = 1/2 (Wo + W)t angle = WoT + 1/2(angular displacement)Tsquared 3. The attempt at a solution From theoretical point, would jus like to know how to aproach the question as the only given data is displacement and length. If I could calcualte 2 more variables I can use a kinematics equation.