## anonymous one year ago What is the equivalent of pi over 3 radians in degrees? 30 degrees 45 degrees 60 degrees 90 degrees

1. anonymous

@mathway I have this and 1 more :)

2. anonymous

π/3×180°/π = 60°

3. anonymous

^ do what s/he said

4. anonymous

Conversion from Radian to Degrees; $\frac{ r }{ \pi } = \frac{ d }{ 180 }$ In your case, r would be $r = \frac{ \pi }{ 3 }$ Putting it into the formula; $\frac{ \frac{ \pi }{ 3 } }{ \pi } = \frac{ d }{ 180 }$ Turn it around to get d on one side (degree); $d = \frac{ \frac{ \pi }{ 3 } * 180 }{ \pi }$ Which means; $d = 60$ Note that you can use the same formula in order to get the radian - just input your degree and solve for r. Hope it helps.

5. anonymous

Thank you! I have one more that i've been trying to get help with for like ever now, Can you help on that?

6. anonymous

yeah sure, just open a new question!