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4 questions on radian measure some one want to help me?

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    @Kayleedid can u help me

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    idk

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    ok

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    k, give me the questions

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    Convert -280º to radians. -280° x π/180° = -280°π/180

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    simplify to -28π/18

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    simplify further to -14π/9

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    Your answer is B

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    thank you your awesome!! the next one is

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    3π/5 x 180/π = 540π/5π cancel out pie 540/5 108 Your answer is C

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    thank you!

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    hmm...I haven't learned cos and sin yet...

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    However...my calculator has. :D

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    C

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    thanks awesome!

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    radius x angle in radians 5 x 2pi/3 10.47 ≈10.5

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    A

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    thank you so much you got them all right!!

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