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Thanks!

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Thanks!

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Would the answer be 4.35 radians?

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Yes, but that would be an approximation.tenchick19 said:Would the answer be 4.35 radians?

[tex]249^\circ = \frac{{249\pi }}{{180}}rad = \frac{{83\pi }}{{60}}rad \approx 4.35rad[/tex]

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That's what I get, if you're rounding.

I forgot you gotta be fast around here.

I forgot you gotta be fast around here.

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thank you so much!!

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honestrosewater said:That's what I get, if you're rounding.

I forgot you gotta be fast around here.

Glad we could helptenchick19 said:thank you so much!!

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Like I said - a really, realy, really small point.

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I never knew that, in my books, they always denoted radians by putting a little R superscript, like so:The Bob said:

Like I said - a really, realy, really small point.

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[itex]2\pi^R[/itex]

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Really? I usually use c. I have never seen that before. I expected to R when I studied radians but we use c.FluxCapacitator said:I never knew that, in my books, they always denoted radians by putting a little R superscript, like so:

[itex]2\pi^R[/itex]

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