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# Converting from Degrees to radians In Exercises 11–22, convert the degree measure to radian measure as a multiple of π. Use a calculator to verify your result. See Example 2.-144°

To determine

To calculate: The measured angle in radians as a multiple of π, if measured angle is 144°.

Explanation

Given Information:

The measured angle is 144°.

Formula used:

Angle measure conversion rule, multiply degrees by π180° radians in order to convert measured angle from degrees to radians.

Calculation:

Multiply angle 144° by π180° radians to find measured angle in radians as a multiple of π, which can be mathematically calculated as:

To verify the above calculated value of angle in radians by using Graphic calculator Ti-84, there are following steps to convert the measured angle from degrees to radians as:

Step 1: Press ON button and then press MODE button.

Step 2: Then, select “RADIAN” and press ENTER button

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