Need help!! 1. Determine the angular velocity of the hour hand of a clock in radians per second. (two significant figures please).

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Need help!! 1. Determine the angular velocity of the hour hand of a clock in radians per second. (two significant figures please).

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\[\frac{2\pi}{12 hr}\times \frac{1 hr}{3600 \sec}=1.5 radians/\sec\]
@Mertsj can you plz explain me how you get that values plz

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ok
Whoops. 1.5 x10^-4
oh ok but can you plz explain how you get 2pie/ 12 hrs and etc.
I am confuse
If the hour hand is on 1 where will it be in 12 hours?
on 1 again
because 12+1 is 13
Yes. It will have moved all the way around the circle (2pi radians) back to its starting point in 12 hours.The rest is just unit conversion.
ok but I still don't get 3600 how you get that
How many seconds are in 1 hour where you live?
60 sec
In America there are 60 seconds in 1 minute
so it be in 1 hour there is like 60min and 1 min is 60 sec. So it be 60X60 which is 3600
right?
Bingo!!! Good for you!!!
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