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im having trouble with this question express all radian measures in terms of pi express...
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There are `2pi` radians in `360^@` . (Imagine a circle of radius 1. The circumference is `pi*d=2pi` -- but radian measure is the distance around the circle.) Then there are `pi` radians in `180^@` .
`pi"radians"=180^@` ``Divide both sides by `pi` :
1 rad = `180^@/pi` Multiply both sides by `(-5pi)/6` :
Posted by embizze on May 17, 2013 at 2:08 AM (Answer #1)
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