I was wondering what the reference angle is for:
theta=3 (no degrees, so I am assuming it is in radians)
Here is what I did:
LIke I said I am assuming that the 3 is in radians
If I'm not mistaken a reference angle is how far away an angle is from the nearest X-axis so with that being said here is how I went about buisness:
On the first revolution of the unit circle it would land on the 180 degree mark
Now as you can see this angle lands directly on top of the 540 because it is 540
I have tried various answers such as 0,-1, pi, -pi and the computer system still won't bite. Any suggetions?
To be honest with you I know you multiply by (180/pi) however I am not looking for the measure in decimals, I could have done that, I am looking for it in terms of pi
Then leave the angle in radians.
Originally Posted by qbkr21
So the reference angle will be rad.
Thanks sir it worked. OK I see how you got it now...