Jordan W.

asked • 08/16/17# Is the radian always equal to the radius of a circle?

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Kenneth S. answered • 08/16/17

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^{o}= 2pi radians, or 180

^{o}=pi radians. Therefore 30

^{o}= pi/6 radians. When r=1 ("unit circle") θ=s, the angle's arclength.

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*Is the radian of a circle always equal to the radius of a circle?*is NO--it's actually not a proper question.Mark M.

08/16/17

Mark M.

08/16/17

Mark M. answered • 08/16/17

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Mark M.

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