# OBJECTIVEDetermine the number of rotations of a circle of a

OBJECTIVEDetermine the number of rotations of a circle of a specified size it takes to cover a given distance Circles :Answer the following questions and turn in:How do you find the area of a circle?How do you find the circumference of a circle?What information do you need in order to find the area or circumference of a circle?To determine the number of full rotations your tires complete before you need to switch the front and back tires, will you be working with area or circumference?Measure the circumference of the tires of three different vehicles. Vehicles can include cars, bikes, scooters, tractors, etc.Determine the number of full rotations the tires of each of the vehicles will complete in 10,000 miles.Choose one of the vehicles and keep track of how far you travel in that vehicle for a week. Calculate the average daily number of rotations made by the tires.Use your data to predict when you will need to switch the front and back tires.YOU WILL TURN IN THE FOLLOWING:a table containing the circumferences of the tires of three vehiclesclearly labeled calculations showing how you determined the number of rotations each of the vehicles’ tires will complete in 10,000 milesdata showing distance traveled in a weekclearly labeled calculations showing how you found the average daily number of rotationsa prediction for when you will need to switch the front and back tires and an explanation of your predictiona paragraph explaining what would happen to the number of rotations if your tires’ circumference increased by 20%a paragraph explaining what would happen to the number of rotations if your tires’ circumference decreased by 20%