Use the arc length formula and the given information to find s. Show your work for full credit. r = 15 ft θ = 35° s = ?

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Use the arc length formula and the given information to find s. Show your work for full credit. r = 15 ft θ = 35° s = ?

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first convert the angle to more sophisticated units : radians
know how to convert \(35\) degrees to radians ?
yes is it \[\Pi/12\]

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oh nvm i think i did the wrong number
i did 15 rather than 35
so im confused on how to convert 35 degrees to radians because i get a repeating decimal answer
how do i do it @ganeshie8
\[x^ \circ \times \frac{ \pi }{ 180^\circ }\] to convert into radians
where x is the given degree
i get a decimal answer on the bottom though so i dont know where to go from there @iambatman
because 35 isnt a factor of 180
\[7\Pi/36\]?
looks good!
That's fine now use \[s=r \theta \]
i got \[105\Pi/36\]
it doesnt look right
\[\large s = r*\theta = 15*\dfrac{35\Pi}{180} = \dfrac{35\Pi}{12}\]
your answer is also correct, its just its not fully simplified

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