Example 1 - Convert 40 20' into radian measure - Chapter 3 - Examples

  1. Chapter 3 Class 11 Trigonometric Functions
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Example 1 Convert 40° 20′ into radian measure. 40° 20′ = 40°+ 20′ = 40° + (20°)/60 = 40° + (1°)/3 = (120° + 1)/3 = (121°)/3 We know that Radian measure = 𝜋/180 × Degree measure = 𝜋/(180°) × (121°)/3 = 121/540 𝜋 radians

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