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Chapter 4-1 Radian and Degree Measure. Advanced Math Notes Date:_______________. + angles - angles. Angles:. Standard Position for Angles:. 2 angles with the same intitial and terminal sides. Coterminal Angles:. Greek Symbols used for angles:. Alpha Beta Theta

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Chapter 4 1 radian and degree measure

Chapter 4-1 Radian and Degree Measure

Advanced Math Notes

Date:_______________


Angles

+ angles

- angles

Angles:


Standard position for angles

Standard Position for Angles:


Coterminal angles

2 angles with the same intitial and terminal sides.

Coterminal Angles:


Greek symbols used for angles

Greek Symbols used for angles:

  • Alpha

  • Beta

  • Theta

  • As well as uppercase A,B,C.


Radian measure

Radian Measure:

  • 1 radian = measure of a central angle (θ), that intercepts an arc (s) = to the radius (r) of the circle.


Circumference of a circle

Circumference of a circle:


Sketching and finding coterminal angles

Sketching and finding “coterminal” angles:

Add or subtract 2 from angle

  • 13 3. -2

    6 3

  • 3

    4


Complementary and supplementary angles

Complementary

Supplementary

Complementary and Supplementary angles:


Examples if possible find the complement and supplement of the angles

Examples: if possible, find the complement and supplement of the angles.

A. 2

5

  • 4

    5


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