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ω= 2.4π radians/second
Δθ= 1.0π radians
Δt= d
What is the value of d? answer in units of seconds.

If Ät is the time required for the angle è to change by pi radians, then
Äè = ù * Ät
and Ät = pi/(2.4 pi) = 0.417 seconds
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