angular acceleration, Physics

A bicycle has tires of radius 0.35 meters. If the bicycle is traveling at a constant speed of 7.8 m/s, approximately what angular speed are the tires rotating?
a) 85 rev/min
b) 197 rev/min
c) 213 rev/min
d) 327 rev/min
e) 423 rev/min
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