Hmmm. I seem to recall a relatively steep bank angle during rope break practice. I’ll go with “D”
It seems worth considering that rate and radius of turn factor into the equation. In a shallow turn, your sink *rate* is lower, but distance travelled is longer as is time to complete the turn. In a steep turn, the opposite is true: Sink rate is up, distance travelled is smaller and duration of turn is shorter.
There’s a peak to this bell curve somewhere… 🙂