## Trigonometry (11th Edition) Clone

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# Chapter 1 - Test - Page 46: 11

#### Answer

$2700^{\circ}$ in 1 second

#### Work Step by Step

1. To find the number of rotations per second, just divide 450 by 60 $\frac{450}{60}=7.5$ 2. To find the amount of degrees of 7.5 rotations just multiply it by 360 degrees. $7.5\times360^{\circ}=2700^{\circ}$

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