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one blade of fan is parallel to the floor. what degree of rotation of the fan puts the blade at the top of the fan

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    does anyone know this?one blade of a fan is parallel to the floor. What degree of rotation of the fan puts the blade at the top of the fan?

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    It depends on which side the blade is on when it is parallel. If it just travels one-quarter of the way = 360º/4.

    If it has to travel 3/4 of the way = (3/4) 360º

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