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29 November, 22:31

Carlos operates a helicopter. Carlos decides to measure the rotational velocity of the helicopter blades.

What would be an appropriate unit for Carlos's purpose?

A.) meters/second

B.) degrees/square second

C.) degrees/second

D.) meters/square second

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  1. 29 November, 23:16
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    Answer: (C) degrees/second

    Explanation:

    The rotational velocity must be a rate of units of rotation per unit of time. Rotations can be measured in "revolutions", "cycles", or "angle of rotation in degrees "

    The only choice appropriately matching the above thought is (C) where the angle in degrees represents to the rotation count, per unit of time, i. e., 1 second.
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