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Why are there 360
        degrees in a circle?




Caught my eye
Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
Convert 20° into radians.
CONVERTING DEGREES AND RADIANS




D is an angle in degrees   R is an angle in radians
Pre-Cal 40S Slides February 4, 2008
Pre-Cal 40S Slides February 4, 2008
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Pre-Cal 40S Slides February 4, 2008

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Introduction to radians and converting to degrees and back again.

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  1. 1. Why are there 360 degrees in a circle? Caught my eye
  2. 2. Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
  3. 3. Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
  4. 4. Find the missing value, x, in each proportion ...
  5. 5. Convert 20° into radians.
  6. 6. CONVERTING DEGREES AND RADIANS D is an angle in degrees R is an angle in radians
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