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Radians to Degrees conversion #1

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Radians to Degrees conversion #1


Topic is radiant degree conversion the question.
Let’s do the example find the degree measure of 8.2 radian. So what’s given the angle
in radian, so this is given we know pi we know 180 degrees. So all we need to find is theta in degrees. So all we need to do we need to find theta in degrees. So theta in degrees
over 180 degrees, is equal theta in radian is given 8.2 radian over pi. So all we need
to find is theta, so this is just algebra theta will be equal go diagonally 180 times 8.2
divide by pi use your calculator, that will be 469. 825 degrees, and that would be the answer and that’s it for this example.

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