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How many complete revolution does an angle with measure 92

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asked 2021-08-15
How many complete revolution does an angle with measure 92 radians make?

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2021-08-16
One complete revolution is 360° which is equal to \(\displaystyle{2}π\) radians. Hence, 92 radians have:
\(\displaystyle\frac{{92}}{{2}}π\sim{14.6}\to{14}\) complete revolution ​
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