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Mini-Theme: Famous Landmarks. Lesson 44: Radian Measure. Follow up on Warm Up:. For #3 Assume that the hypotenuse of the triangle is the terminal ray of an angle in standard position that is 35 degrees. Name two other co-terminal angles with this angle. Complements/Supplements.

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## Lesson 44: Radian Measure

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**Mini-Theme: Famous Landmarks**Lesson 44: Radian Measure**Follow up on Warm Up:**• For #3 Assume that the hypotenuse of the triangle is the terminal ray of an angle in standard position that is 35 degrees. • Name two other co-terminal angles with this angle.**Complements/Supplements**• Complementary angles sum to 90. • Supplementary angles sum to 180. • Examples:**Why is radian measure superior to degree measure?**• The fact that there are 360 degrees in a circle is just based on some made up number. • Why do you think they chose 360 degrees? • Radians is based on an actual measurable quantity that is true of every circle. • Based on the ratio of pi.**Where is this located?**Not to be confused with the space needle

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