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26. 

The distance between main gears is 10 m, and the distance of nose gear from centre of main gears is 30 m. If the angle of turning is 60°, the distance of centre of rotation from the nearer main gear, is

[A]. 12.30 m
[B]. 11.30 m
[C]. 10.30 m
[D]. 9.30 m

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

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Harri said: (Sep 18, 2016)  
Please give the explanation of the problem.

Vijay said: (Jun 19, 2017)  
Please give explaination.

Worrie said: (Aug 5, 2017)  
Sir, please give the explanation.

Ajith said: (Sep 6, 2017)  
Tuning radius= t * tan(90-turning angle)+b/2.
t=30 m,
b=10 m,
Turning radius=60,
After solving turning radius=22.32 m,
Distance of centre of rotation from nearer main gear=22.32-10=12.32 m.

Rupesh said: (Mar 15, 2020)  
Tuning radius = t * tan(90-turning angle)+b/2.
t=30 m,
b=10 m,
Turning radius=60,
After solving turning radius=22.32 m,
Distance of centre of rotation from nearer main gear=22.32-10=12.32 m.

Akshaya said: (Aug 29, 2020)  
Tuning radius = t * tan(90-turning angle)+b/2.
t=30 m,
b=10 m,

Turning radius = 60,
After solving turning radius = 22.32 m,
Distance of centre of rotation from nearer main gear = 22.32 - 10 = 12.32 m.

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