195 175

Overall Diameter: 24.44 * 24.27 * -0.17

Circumference: 76.8 * 76.24 * -0.56

right! come on Geometry, work with me. How can the overall diameter of the 175 be smaller than the 195, AND, at the same time, the Circumference of the 175 be larger than the 195...

....hey, I 'm just asking...stranger things than these are documented in blackholes and dark matter...after all, this is the darkside, ain't it?

But if we use standard logic:

C=(2)(pi)(r)

and thus, D=2(r)

meaning C=D(pi)... since this is a

**direct variation** function of C in terms of D, that would mean that as D increases so will C. Comparatively speaking then, the function depicting the 195 shows the overall diameter being larger than the 175, while at the same time, the data depicts the circumference of the 195 being smaller than the 175.

If one uses Euclidean geometry theories, and both of the tires are subjected to the algorythm of the formula for the Circumference of a round shape, then there is something wrong with this picture. Albeit, there are other multidimensional geometric theories that may solve this euclidean discrepancy were the position of both tires exist in a unique place in the universe. Unfortunately, I am not well versed with these theories...

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