1. A pitcher throws a curveball that reaches the catcher in .60s. The ball is spinning at an average angular velocity of 330 rev/min, (assumed constant) on the path to the catcher's mitt. Find angular displacement. 2. θ=ωt where t is time, ω is angular velocity, and θ is angular displacement. 3. I converted 330 rpm into revs/sec and got 5.5. I then multiplied 5.5 by .6 and got 3.3 plugged in the equation and had 3.3 radian as the answer but it's not an answer choice, the closest to it is 5.8 rad. What am I doing wrong?