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TrigonometryQ&A LibraryA fly is observed traveling around a circle of radius 20 feet for 60 minutes. During this time, the fly has traversed 8000 feet along the circumference of the circle. How many cycles around the circle per minute does the fly perform?How many degrees per minute can the fly cover?How many radians per minute can the fly cover?What is d/t in mph?Question

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A fly is observed traveling around a circle of radius 20 feet for 60 minutes. During this time, the fly has traversed 8000 feet along the circumference of the circle.

- How many cycles around the circle per minute does the fly perform?
- How many degrees per minute can the fly cover?
- How many radians per minute can the fly cover?
- What is d/t in mph?

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Step 1

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A circle of radius 20 feet

The distance travelled by the fly in 60 minutes is 8000 feet.

Step 2

- How many cycles around the circle per minute does the fly perform?

Step 3

- How many degrees per minute can the fly cover?

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