Describe the relationship between the radian measure of an angle, and a circle’s radius and circumference

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Describe the relationship between the radian measure of an angle, and a circle’s radius and circumference

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I think that the radius has something to do with finding the circumference of a circle
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exactly, I agree with tricial

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s = arc length theta is the angle in radians \[\Large s = \frac{\text{angle in radians}}{2\pi \ \text{radians}}*(\text{circumference})\] \[\Large s = \frac{\theta}{2\pi}*2*\pi*r\] \[\Large s = \frac{\theta}{\cancel{2\pi}}*\cancel{2\pi}*r\] \[\Large s = \theta*r\]

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