anonymous
  • anonymous
Help with Radians and Degrees? Will fan and Medal!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What situation would be best to use Radian measure? What situation would be best for Degree Measure?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Radians are unit circle measure, can help with nonacute angles, more generalized. Degrees are used in triangles mainly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@flyingpie Do you know the pros and cons of them both?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, radians help with nonacute angles, are a bit more annoying to use as they are not exact numbers degrees are more intuitive but then limited
anonymous
  • anonymous
How would degrees be limited? I'm understanding it, but just missing a few of the aspects...
anonymous
  • anonymous
@flyingpie
welshfella
  • welshfella
Only radians work in calculus.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, radians are most commonly used, but degrees are limited because even thogh degrees are used to express directionality and angle size, degrees aren't techincally numbers, we can only use numbers in math. They are not a proper measure, say, when graphing a function
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  • anonymous
Thank you very much~

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