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Things to remember:
Radians and Degrees are both units that measure angles.
Centimeters, inches and feet, on the other hand, are units that measure distance. Circumference (the "distance" or "length" of the outside of a circle (the amount of crust on the outside of a pizza, for example) is measured in inches, cm, feet, or some unit of distance. Circumference = 2 * pi * radius.
Arclenghth, similarly, measures a part (or an arc) of the circumference. For example, the arclength could be 2 pizza crusts.
Remember that the ratio of arclength to circumference with be equal to the measure of the central angle to the total angle of a circle (360 degrees or 2 pi radians). Therefore,
(arclength/circumference) = (central angle in degrees /360) or (central angle in radians/2pi)."