matlee
  • matlee
Does anyone know S=R0 ?
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matlee
  • matlee
\[S=R \theta \]
matlee
  • matlee
S=40 r=? and 0= 20 degrees this is precalculus.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is there a certain formula you are supposed to use to find the answer??

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matlee
  • matlee
Yes S=R\[\theta \] but im not sure of the equuation to find the outcome of degrees.
matlee
  • matlee
@ganeshie8 help :o
matlee
  • matlee
this is the answer but i dont understand.
matlee
  • matlee
http://www.slader.com/textbook/9780321356932-precalculus-graphical-numerical-algebraic-7th-edition/356/section-41-exercises/31/

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