For each of the following angles, find the radian measure of the angle with the given degree measure: 240^circ 400^circ -280^circ -90^circ -120^circ

Darian Hubbard 2022-07-26 Answered
For each of the following angles, find the radian measure of the angle with the given degree measure:
  240   400   280   90   120
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Aryan Novak
Answered 2022-07-27 Author has 6 answers
To convert from degrees to radians, you multiply by π 180 .
Thus, 2400 = 240 π 180 = 4 3 π
As a mixed numeral, it would be 1 1 3 π
4000 = 400 π 180 = 20 9 π
As a mixed numeral, it would be 2 2 9 π
2800 = 280 π 180 = 14 9 π
As a mixed numeral, it would be 1 5 9 π
900 = 90 π 180 = 1 2 π
1200 = 120 π 180 = 2 3 π
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