Conver 145 degrees to radians

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Conver 145 degrees to radians

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there are π radians in 180 degrees 145 * π/180 = 29π/36
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any time you want to convert degrees to radians multiply by π radians/180 degrees (the degrees will cancel each other and you are left with radians.
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pi radians is the same as 180 degrees. so pi/180 or 180/pi are both equal to 1. You can multiply anything by 1 and its still the same thing so you multiply: 145 Degrees ( pi radians/ 180 degrees). The degrees cancel and you are left with 29pi/36 radians

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