anonymous
  • anonymous
radius =16 angle of the sector =60 what is the arc length of the circle
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anonymous
  • anonymous
60 Degrees right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
60 degree is the angle of the sector i need the arc length of the sector
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. The Formula you need is: Angle * (Pi/180) * Radius This Formula is when you use the Angle in Degrees. When you use Radians just forget the (Pi/180) part.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
16 *\[16\times (\pi \div180)\times60\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wait a little minute: Although it doesn't really matter, The 60 and 16 should have been written in each others place as I wrote Angle * (Pi/180) * Radius
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is: 16.755 (to 3 decimal places) or\[16/3\pi\]

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