A circle O has its center placed at the origin. Let A be its intersection with the x-axis at (1,0) and P be another point on its circumference. If we move P along the circumference of the circle, then we can determine the distance traveled by P. If we let A be the starting point […]

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# Posts tagged with 'radian measure'

## Demystifying Degree and Radian Measures

Introduction We have learned about angle measures since elementary grades. In Figure 1, we have a circle with center A, and radius length 1. Angle CAB measures 90 degrees and intercepting minor arc BC. This is also the same as saying that arc BC is subtending angle CAB. We have also learned that the entire […]

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## Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival #3

Welcome the third edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia blog Carnival. This will be the last edition that I will be hosting this year. The fourth edition will be hosted by Wild About Math!. Before we begin, let’s have some interesting trivia about the number three.

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