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determine the linear velocity of a point rotating at 15 revolutions per minute at a distance of 3.04 meters from the center of a rotating object

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one circumference = 2π(3.04) m or 6.08π m
so in 1 min the point covers 15(6.08π) or 91.2π m
linear velocity = 91.2π m/minute
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