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Find the angular velocity of an object, rotating on a circular object, moving through 9.7 revolutions in 11 seconds. Express your answer in rad/sec and round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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    9.7 revolutions is
    9.7*2*pi = 60.947 radians

    Divide that by 11 s and do your own rounding.

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