What is the arc length of a circle that has a 6-inch radius and a central angle that is 65 degrees? Use 3.14 for π and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
- 0.65 inch
- 1.13 inches
- 6.80 inches
- 390.01 inches
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@Mertsj Can you help me please or ask anyone to?
65 degrees is 65/360 of the entire circle.
The length of the entire circle is 2 pi r.
Find 2 pi r and multiply it by 65/360
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central angle = 65 degrees
Circumference = 2*PI*6
Circumference = 37.70
The arc would be (65/360) of the circle or
0.18055556 * 6 = 1.083333
Rounding pi to 3.14 would make the answer 1.08
The closest answer would 1.13 because it is closer
Can you help with another
Wait I messed up
0.18055556 * 37.70
oh thank you lol
can you help with another
Here's a calcualtor to check it
And I'll help with another
The point (−3, 1) is on the terminal side of angle θ, in standard position. What are the values of sine, cosine, and tangent of θ? Make sure to show all work.
I don't exactly know know specifically what they mean by terminal side, standard position.
MAYBE it's that angle starts at (0,0)?