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Thats the problem, and the answer Question is how do get that answer on My TI-83+

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The question is: what is 120 deg. in radians? 180 degrees is [itex]\pi[/itex] radians so:mrserv0n said:

Thats the problem, and the answer Question is how do get that answer on My TI-83+

[tex]120\deg = \frac{120}{180}\pi = 2.09333 \text{ radians}[/tex]

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