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Suppose a cars standard tires are replaced with tires 1.30

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Problem 5

Suppose a cars standard tires are replaced with tires 1.30 times larger in diameter. (i) Will the cars speedometer reading be (a) 1.69 times too high, (b) 1.30 times too high, (c) accurate, (d) 1.30 times too low, (e) 1.69 times too low, or (f) inaccurate by an unpredictable factor? (ii) Will the cars fuel economy in miles per gallon or km/L appear to be (a) 1.69 times better, (b) 1.30 times better, (c) essentially the same, (d) 1.30 times worse, or (e) 1.69 times worse?

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics
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Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
ISBN: 9781133954057

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