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Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
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Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
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Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
Sulpcegu5e ppt 6_1
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  • 1. Section 6.1 Angles and Their Measure
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  • 7. OBJECTIVE 1
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  • 10. Radians
  • 11. OBJECTIVE 2
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  • 14. Find the length of the arc of a circle of radius 4 meters subtended by a central angle of 0.5 radian.
  • 15. OBJECTIVE 3
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  • 17. (a) 80 ° (b) 140° (c) -30° (d) 100°
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  • 21. OBJECTIVE 4
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  • 23. Find the area of the sector of a circle of radius 5 feet formed by an angle of 40 °. Round the answer to two decimal places.
  • 24. OBJECTIVE 5
  • 25. Linear Speed Angular Speed
  • 26. Earth rotates on an axis through its poles. The distance from the axis to a location on Earth 40 ° north latitude is about 3033.5 miles. Therefore, a location on Earth at 40° north latitude is spinning on a circle of radius 3033.5 miles. Compute the linear speed on the surface of Earth at 40° north latitude.

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