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        Square-Wheeled Tricycle: Radius and Circumference

        Uncover the secret behind how a square-wheeled tricycle can work at the National Museum of Mathematics. This interactive exercise focuses on working with the radius of various circles to find the circumference and area as well as challenging you to find the distance a square wheel travels around the track.

        This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.

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