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To convert a radian measurement to a degree measurement, you multiply by and divide by (Note: If...

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To convert a radian measurement to a degree measurement, you multiply by {eq}\rule{0.5in}{0.3pt} {/eq} and divide by {eq}\rule{0.5in}{0.3pt} {/eq}.

(Note: If you need to type {eq}\pi {/eq}, just type pi)

Radians and Degrees:

Angles are given in two measures

i) Degrees and

ii) Radians.

On some occasions, it is advisable to work in degrees but in others, it is necessary to use radians. Therefore, there is a conversion system that allows switching from one measure to the other.

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Converting Between Radians and Degrees

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Chapter 11 / Lesson 10
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Discover the meaning of degrees and radians, their relationship, converting degrees to radians, radians to degrees formula, and some worked out examples.


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