Worksheet 6 - Name: Worksheet 6 Due Wednesday April 6, 2011...

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Name: Worksheet 6 Due Wednesday April 6, 2011 Show all computations. Write neatly. Staple your work. 1. Convert (a) 7 π 12 to degrees. 7 π 12 = (b) 47 to radians. 47 = rad 2. (a) Find both the radian and degree measure of an angle that spans 1 16 of a circle. radian measure degree measure
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2 (b) Find the fraction of a circle that an angle with degree measure 17 spans. 17 spans of a circle 3. Consider the following arc s 14 s 2 m Find the length of the arc by completing the following steps. (a) Viewing the arc as a portion of a circle of radius 2, find the fraction of a circle spanned by the arc. 14 s 2 m 14 spans of a circle.
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3 (b) Multiply the circumference of a circle of radius 2 meters by the fraction found in part (a) and state the arc length s . Be sure to include the appropriate units. s = 4. The sum of the measures of interior angles of polygons. (a) What is the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a triangle? [You don’t need
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Worksheet 6 - Name: Worksheet 6 Due Wednesday April 6, 2011...

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