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Degrees Radians Standard Position Terminal Angles. 13.2-13.3 . Degrees and Radians of a Circle. (0,0). Converting between degrees and radians. d r : multiply degrees by rd : multiply radians by. Ex) Convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees.

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DegreesRadiansStandard PositionTerminal Angles

13.2-13.3


Degrees and Radians of a Circle

(0,0)


Converting between degrees and radians

dr: multiply degrees by

rd: multiply radians by


Ex) Convert degrees to radians and

radians to degrees.


Ex) Find the measure of each angle.


Ex) Find the measure of each angle.


Ex) Find the measure of each angle.


Ex) Find the measure of each angle.


Ex) Find the measure of each angle.


Ex) Draw an angle with the given measure

in standard position.


Ex) Draw an angle with the given measure

in standard position.


Ex) Draw an angle with the given measure

in standard position.


Ex) Draw an angle with the given measure

in standard position.


Ex) State the quadrant in which the

terminal side of each angle lies.


Ex) State the quadrant in which the

terminal side of each angle lies.


Ex) State the quadrant in which the

terminal side of each angle lies.


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