How do you convert degree measures into radian measures?
Degrees into radians 360° = 2p. When we write 2p, we mean 2p radians, which is approximately 6.28 radians. However, we normally omit the word radians. [ As we will see in the next Topic, Arc length, the radian measure can be any real number. Problem 6. The student should begin by knowing these. 0° = 0 radians. 360° = 2p. 180° = p. 90° = p 2 . 45° = p 4 . 60° = p 3 . 30° = p 6 . ]
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