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Finding the distance a wheel covers is merely the circumference times by the number of revolutions. So a wheel with a radius of 30cm rotating 2.5 times will travel 471cm. Ok?

So the distance travelled by a wheel will equal the circumference * number of rotations.

You can relate angular displacement to linear displacement using trigenometry, are you familiar with this?

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Thanks so much, that really helps!!! :)

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