1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A revolving light which 50sqrtroot3 away from the shore, revolves in a constant angular velocity, the spot of the light moves along the straight shore at a rate of 300m/s when it is 50 m from the point on the shore which is closest to the light. Find the Angular velocity. 3. The attempt at a solution I am confused by this question. If the angular velocity is Constant, and the velocity given is 300m/s isnt the answer also 300 m/s? it says the revolivng light is 50sqrtroot 3 m away which is 86 meters. so i am guessing the hypotenuse is 86 m. and the length of the other side is 50 m. therefore a= sqrtroot(b^2 - c^2) so the final side must be 70 m ? where do i go from there? Thank you for looking, I really appreciate it!