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James Stewart
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James Stewart
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Chapter D, Problem 9E
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Convert from radians to degrees.

9. 5 π 12

To determine

To convert: The radian 5π12 into degree measure.

Explanation of Solution

Formula used:

πrad=180

Calculation:

From the above formula, it is given that 1rad=(180π)°.

Thus, the radian 5π12 given by multiply the number 5π12 into 180π

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