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Express 72 degrees in radian measure

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  1. anonymous
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    the conversion factor is pi/90

  2. anonymous
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    2.513 radians

  3. radar
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    72 is to 360 as x is to 2Pi

  4. anonymous
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    72*pi/90

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    is 2.513

  6. radar
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    \[2 \pi radians = 360^{o}\]

  7. radar
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    72 degrees x ----------- = --------- 360 degrees 2 Pi 72 (2) (Pi) = 360 x x=452.389/360= 1.256 radians

  8. anonymous
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    wait, oh sorry, pi/180 doin too much calculus

  9. radar
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    babygurl, have you got it?

  10. anonymous
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    theres a formula that i learned something like pi=d/r

  11. radar
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    Radians=(Pi)(degrees/180 degrees)

  12. radar
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    www.themathpage.com/atrig/radian-measure.htm that URL has good explanation

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