Graphs from the Unit Circle N AME _____ **Radians** Materials needed: • Butcher paper (about 8 feet long) • Uncooked spaghetti (several pieces) • Masking tape (a couple of pieces) • Protractor • Meter stick • Colored marker • Twine, rope, or yarn (about 7 feet long) Tape the paper ...

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Algebraically, this means= s r, where is measured in **radians**. (c) Conversions between degrees and **radians** •Toconvertdegrees to **radians**, multiply degrees by rad 180.

Resources for Teaching Math © 2008 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics http://illuminations.nctm.org Questions from the Unit Circle N AME _____ **Radians** Label the function graph you just created on your butcher paper sin yx =

Acta Didactica Universitatis Comenianae Mathematics, Issue 5, 2005 **RADIANS** VERSUS DEGREES ERIKA KUPKOVÁ Abstract. This article is discussing the answer to two basic questions: "Are **radians** better then degrees?

Arc length formula:! s = r " where r is measured in linear units,!" is measured in **radians**, and s is measured in linear units Example 3: Find the arc length of the arc with radius = 4 inches and!" =! 60 ...

**Radians** mc-TY-**radians**-2009-1 At school we usually learn to measure an angle in degrees. However, there are other ways of measuring an angle. One that we are going to have a look at here is measuring angles in units called **radians**.

Title: Stringing Along with **Radians** Brief Overview: This activity is designed to reinforce student knowledge of the properties of the circle and to introduce them to the concept of **radian** measure and its connection to the study of trigonometry.

A quarter of a circle (which is a right angle) contains ** 2 **radians** of rotation . r= 10 s=15 ...