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    Hi!

    my work is attached below! thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by honey View Post
    my work is attached below! thanks
    As I'm working from my apartment, can I just take this opportunity to say
    "Hi honey, I'm home!"
    (Apologies.)

    Any way...

    1A and 1B are correct. Though I must say that it is quicker to use the equivalent equation: $\displaystyle s = r \theta$ where s is the arc length, r is the radius, and $\displaystyle \theta$ is the angle is radians.

    2. Your answer here is correct for the positive answer. Now you need a negative version.

    3. $\displaystyle sin(-145\pi/3) = -sin(145\pi/3) = -sin(145\pi/3 - 24(2\pi))$ <-- This step is to reduce the angle to something easier to work with.

    $\displaystyle sin(-145\pi/3) = -sin(\pi/3) = -\sqrt{3}/2$

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