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steve snash

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## Homework Statement

convert 38 degrees to radians. Give the exact answer in the form of pie.

## Homework Equations

180 degrees=pie

## The Attempt at a Solution

not sure how to convert degrees to radians can anyone help??

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steve snash

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convert 38 degrees to radians. Give the exact answer in the form of pie.

180 degrees=pie

not sure how to convert degrees to radians can anyone help??

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rock.freak667

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If 180°= π radians

then 1° = ?

then 1° = ?

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Do you mean pie or pi? There's a big difference: pi is only half the pie!

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Let me give you a hint, if x=180, then what is 1 in terms of x? How do you get that right hand side to equal 1?

Once you know what 1

Hope that helps. :)

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HallsofIvy

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Second, Since degrees and radians measure the same thing, they are proportional: the ratio of radian measure to degree measure for the same angle is always the same: If an angle has degree measure d and radian measure r, then

[tex]\frac{r}{d}= \frac{\pi}{180}[/itex]

so

[tex]r= d\left(\frac{\pi}{180}\right)= \frac{d}{180} \pi[/tex]

If d= 38 38/180= .21111.

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