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What is the angular displacement of 1.6 revolutions? Round to the nearest tenth.

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    There are 2 pi radians or 360 degrees in a revolution.

    You have not said what units you want for the angle

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    radians please

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    1 revolution=2*pi radians

    1.6*2*3.1415926535=10,0530964912 radians

    nearest tenth=10 radians

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    thankyou!

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