Austin takes 1 minute and 45 seconds to run three-quarters of a circular track. His rate of motion is π/ radians per second.

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Austin takes 1 minute and 45 seconds to run three-quarters of a circular track. His rate of motion is π/ radians per second.

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distance he travels in radians = 2*pi * 3/4
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4.712
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thats the amount in radians yes
Thanks(: But do i have to round it ?
now you need to divide by 1 minute 45 secs (first convert to seconds)
Ok ? lol .
no 4.712 is ok
Ok lol thanks .
oh - if you want the answer in terms of pi (looks like that) its |dw:1408462688507:dw|
which simplifies to π/70 radians per second

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