trig
posted by Kennedy .
converting degrees to radians.
a) 95 degrees
i did 95/180=19/36
then i did 19 pie/36. and i got 1.7. is that right if not can someone please explain! thanks so much

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bobpursley
I get 1.66 radians.
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