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check my answer please? :) In radian measure, the angles of a 30-60-90 triangle are.... (answer choices attached inside!)

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  1. iheartfood
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    answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom... my answer A. pi/6,pi/3,pi/2 is that right??

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    Yes, they are!

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    so I'm right?? its Answer choice A right?? :)

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    Just remember : 180 deg = pi radians

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    You don't need to be surprised...You have done well!

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    In degrees, pi=180 as 2pi is a full circle. Therefore pi/6 would give you 30. pi/3 would give you 60 and pi/2 would be 90.

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    hahaha yay!!:) thank you!

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    yw!

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  9. alrightatmaths
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    You're welcome for the explanation too by the way.

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    haha yea the thanks was to both of you guys!! @ZeHanz and you, @alrightatmaths :) sorry i would've given you a medal too but i can only give one :( and @ZeHanz replied first:/ can someone pls give @alrightatmaths a medal? :) thanks for both ur help!!:)

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    @iheartfood, @alrightatmaths: done that ;)

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    awesome!! Thanks :)

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  13. alrightatmaths
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    That's ok iheartfood, you're welcome :) And thank you ZeHanz :)

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    hahaha :)

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    Everybody's happy now, so on to the next question!

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