what is the length of the arc?

what is the length of the arc?

A Ferris wheel has a diameter of 120 meters. It also carries 30 capsules for passengers to sit or stand in. The measure of a central angle is 12 degrees. Find the arc length between two capsules....

1. r=6cm, central angle=1.6 rad 2. r=14cm, central angle=0.25 rad 3. r=25 cm, central angle=1.75 rad 4. r=12cm, central angle= 3/4 rad THANK YOUU IN ADVANCE!ğŸ’–

It shows a enlarged view of a wheel and the diameter of the wheel is 60 cm. It asks find the angle of rotation when the car moves 100cm horizontally

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I'm totally lost here: x= tcost y= tsint -1<or= t <or=1 find the arc length... I understand the point is to find an anti-derivative using the sqrt of each term's derivative...