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posted by Nick .
Perform the basic conversion. Give exact answers
i)0 degrees = ____ rad
ii)90 degrees = _____ rad
iii)180 degrees = _____ rad
iv)30 degrees = _____ rad
v)45 degrees = _____ rad
vii)60 degrees = ______ rad
viii)135 degrees = ______ rad
viiii) 120 degrees = ______ rad

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FredR
to convert degrees to rad, multiply by pi and divide by 180.
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