# Question #2f31c

##### 1 Answer

Recall:

The term **velocity** is really just going to refer to something's positing as a function of time. So an **angular velocity** is just measuring how much its angle is changing over time.

#### Explanation:

If the object is going around in a circle, ("swung around" implies that it is attached to a rope of some kind going in a circle), it will pass through 360 degrees, or 2

If it is swung around 50 times in 1 minute, its angular velocity can be calculated as:

Or, alternatively,

Note that the mass given in this problem is irrelevant. Just because something has a different mass will not change how fast its angle is changing.