RADIANSTrigonometryExample:Change 1.508 radians to degrees.(1.508 radians)^{}180p(1.508)(180)p86.4°SummaryThe important information in this chapter is summarized below.Radian Measure SummaryA radian equals approximately 57.3^{o} and is defined as the anglesubtended by an arc whose length is equal to the radius of the circle.Radian =Length of arcRadius of circlep radians = 180°MA-04 Page 10 Rev. 0

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