The distance of a circle’s radius is measured out along its edge, and a dot is drawn. This process repeats again and again around the circumference of the circle.
Which lap around the circle is the first time one of the dots will perfectly line up with another?
A. The 31st lap
B. The 314th lap
C. A dot will eventually match up perfectly, but it will take thousands of laps.
D. No matter how many laps around the circle, no dots will ever perfectly overlap.
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