# Algebra 3/4 : Basic Trigonometry

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Basic Trigonometry

What is the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians?      Explanation:

To find the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians first recall the unit conversion between degrees and radians.

There are 360 degrees or radians in a circle.

When simplified this is, therefore to convert from radians to degrees, simply multiply by .  ### Example Question #2 : Basic Trigonometry

What is the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians?      Explanation:

To find the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians first recall the unit conversion between degrees and radians.

There are 360 degrees or radians in a circle.

When simplified this is, therefore to convert from radians to degrees, simply multiply by .  ### Example Question #21 : Algebra 3/4

What is the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians?      Explanation:

To find the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians first recall the unit conversion between degrees and radians.

There are 360 degrees or radians in a circle.

When simplified this is, therefore to convert from radians to degrees, simply multiply by .  ### Example Question #4 : Basic Trigonometry

What is the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians?      Explanation:

To find the degree equivalent for an angle that is radians first recall the unit conversion between degrees and radians.

There are 360 degrees or radians in a circle.

When simplified this is, therefore to convert from radians to degrees, simply multiply by .  ### All Algebra 3/4 Resources 