Trigonometry (11th Edition) Clone

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Chapter 3 - Radian Measure and the Unit Circle - Section 3.4 Linear and Angular Speed - 3.4 Exercises - Page 131: 35


$\frac{\pi}{30}$ radian per min

Work Step by Step

Step 1: The formula to be used here is $w=\frac{\theta}{t}$ Step 2: Since the minute hand of the clock makes one complete rotation in $60$ minutes, $\theta=2\pi$ radians in $t=60$ minutes. Step 3: Substituting these values in the formula, $w=\frac{2\pi}{60}=\frac{\pi}{30}$ radian per min
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