Q: How many revolutions will a car tire make in one mile?

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Approx 720 revolution.

That would depend upon the size of the tire. My car has tires that are about 221/4" in diameter which means they have circumference: circumference = π x diameter ≈69.9" which is the distance travelled in one complete revolution of the tire. 1 mile = 63360 in ⇒ revolutions = 1 mile ÷ circumference_of_tire ≈ 63360 in ÷ 69.9 in ≈ 906.43 revolutions per mile My bicycle has tires that are about 271/2" in diameter meaning the number of revolutions is: revolutions ≈ 63360 in ÷ (π x 271/2 in) ≈ 733.39 revolutions per mile

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474.5439 revs per mile

The speed is irrelevant. 1 mile = 5280 x 12 inches, divide that by 33 for your solution, assuming the 33 refers to the circumference.

The rotations per unit of a distance (mile, kilometer, etc.) of a tire are dependent on multiple variables. In order to answer (or even estimate) the size of the tire must be known. Tires can range in diameter from centimeters to meters in diameter.

That completely depends on the size of the wheel ... the rear wheel on a farm tractor wouldn't turn as many times in 1 mile as the wheel on a skateboard would. If the tire on a car is 30 inches across, then it turns 672 revolutions (rounded number) in one mile.

devide 0ne million miles with the tires outer premiter

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approximately 47.1238898 feet.

It is unknown how many revolutions a 275/80R 22/ 22.5 tire makes in one minute. It all depends on who is driving and how far they go. This answer is wrong! If this tire is going say 60 mph their must be some mathematical way to figure this question out

720.29 times