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Convert the radian measure to degree measure. Use the value of π found on a calculator and round answers to two decimal places. (9π)/4 Here are the answer choices: 200π° 405° 160° 324°

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    Thank you for replying! But, I found the answer myself!! (: I got 405! (: Thank you, though!

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    Thank you!! (:

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    \[\frac{9\pi}4=\frac{9\times180°}{4}=9\times45°=\color{grey}{(10-1)\times45°=450°-45°}=405°\]

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