if a circle has a radius of 1 and makes 5 revolutions how far will it travel

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If a circle with a radius of 1 makes 5 revolutions, it will travel a distance equal to the circumference of the circle times the number of revolutions. The formula for the circumference of a circle is C = 2(pi)(r), where "r" is the radius.

In this case, C = 2(pi)(1) = 2(pi) units.

So, if it makes 5 revolutions, the total distance traveled would be:

Total distance = 5 * 2(pi)= 10(pi) units.

In this case, C = 2(pi)(1) = 2(pi) units.

So, if it makes 5 revolutions, the total distance traveled would be:

Total distance = 5 * 2(pi)= 10(pi) units.

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