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A high-speed drill reaches 2760 rpm in 0.260 s. Through how many revolutions does the drill turn during this first 0.260 s?

2. The attempt at a solution

UPDATED:

Here's what I have right now

2760 rpm * (2n/1 rev) * (60 s / 1 min) = 1040495.49 rad/s

1040495.49 rad/s * 0.260 s = 270,528.83 radians

270,528.83 radians * (1 rev / 2n) = 43,056 revolutions

Is that right? I haven't put the answer in because I have a limited amount of tries but I want to make sure I did it right.

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# Calculating amount of revolutions

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