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Q: How many degrees does the minute hand on a clock travel when it moves through one second?

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6 degrees.

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Through the second one.

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one minute

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30 degrees

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The minute hand in a clock in most cases sweeps 360 degrees every hour. So in one minute the angle swept is 360/60 = 36/6 = 6 degrees

100m/s

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