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Calculate the period of a ball tied to a string
of length 1.7 m making 3.6 revolutions every
second.

Calculate the speed of the ball.

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period = 1/frequency = 1/3.6 = 0.2777 s

circumference = 2pi*r = 10.7m
speed = distance/time (or, distance * frequency) = 10.7*3.6 = 38.5m/s

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