The function H gives the height, above the ground, of a point on a spinning wheel. The function A gives

The function H gives the height, above the ground, of a point on a spinning wheel. The function A gives the height of a point on a different spinning wheel and is defined by \small A\left(t\right)=1.2H\left(3t\right). Here, t is time in seconds since the wheels started moving. How does the spinning wheel modeled by function A compare to the wheel for H? Explain how you know.

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