Posted by **meg** on Saturday, September 6, 2008 at 9:38pm.

The number of revolutions made by a figure skater for each type of axel jump is given. Determine the measure of the angle generated as the skater performs each jump. Give the answer in both degrees and radians.

a. single axel: 1.5

b. double axel: 2.5

c. triple axel: 3.5

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