Posted by **please check** on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 1:35pm.

can you tell me how to actually do this.

find thenumebr of radians through which the hour hand of a clock turns in 5 hours.

i don't know what i did, this is what i wrote:

360degrees=1 hour

1800 degrees=5 hours

1800(pi/180)

somehow i got 10pi which is apparantly wrong.

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