What type of angle is an angle of 5π/4 radians?
obtuse
acute
reflex
supplementary

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- anonymous

What type of angle is an angle of 5π/4 radians?
obtuse
acute
reflex
supplementary

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- anonymous

i know that a is wrong

- anonymous

it is 225 degrees

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- anonymous

I'm thinking reflex but in not completely sure

- UsukiDoll

it must be greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees for obtuse.
acute angle is less than 90 degrees so that's not it either :/

- UsukiDoll

it is reflex because our angle must be greater than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees
for supplementary two angles add up to 180 degrees.

- anonymous

can you help me on one more? the answer i get doesn't make sense but I'm not sure if I'm missing something

- UsukiDoll

I could try... depends on the question x.x

- anonymous

Which angle measure less than or equal to 360° is equivalent to an angle of 17π/4?
45°
135°
π°
230°

- anonymous

i got 765 degrees

- UsukiDoll

wow that's a big angle to convert from radians to degrees.

- UsukiDoll

I see.. so when we converted from radians to degrees we got 765 degrees
recall that 360 degrees makes 1 full circle

- UsukiDoll

720 degrees makes 2 full circles
so you have to subtract 765-720

- anonymous

thats the part that threw me off

- anonymous

so its 45?

- UsukiDoll

it's like when you have the degrees that's higher than 360... we have to figure out how many circles we are going to go through) like for example if I have 480 degrees... I have gone through one full circle, but I don't exceed 720 degrees.
so 480 - 360 = 120 degrees is my difference
like almost 1 and a half circle but not quite
yeah it should be 45 degrees when 765 is subtracted by 720
765-720 = 45

- anonymous

ohhhhh okay thank you so much i kinda understand better

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