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Michael
05/27/12 6:34pm

I don't think I can give you the clear steps you ask for, but I hope to point you in the right direction. You want to look up the equations for a trochoid or cycloid. They're both on MathWorld and there's a Demonstration (see URL).

URL: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/CycloidCurves/,

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A Rolling Wheel Josh Gray 05/25/12 1:29pm
Re: A Rolling Wheel yehuda 05/27/12 03:12am
Re: A Rolling Wheel Michael 05/27/12 6:34pm
Re: Re: A Rolling Wheel Josh gray 05/29/12 9:21pm
Re: Re: Re: A Rolling Wheel Michael 05/31/12 8:43pm
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