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12.1 Angles and Their Measures Learning Objective: Students will be able to define and identify angle measures. In doing so, students will identify whether an angle measure is positive or negative based on the direction it is created. The section introduces arc length and provides a formula students will be able to use to find the length.Warm-up1. Find the area A and circumference C of a circle with radius 5 meters.2. Find the area A and circumference C of a circle with radius 2 feet.3. Approximate the measures of the following angles:a b c d.
22 rays make an angle Initial side - the first side of an angle, usually on the x-axisthe other side - in the counter-clockwise direction of the initial side.Terminal side -Vertex -the point where the rays intersect and if it lies on the origin, the angle is in standard position.**Negative angles go from initial to terminal in a clockwise directionDegrees:1/4 of a revolution is90º1 full revolution is360º1º is1/2 of a revolution is180º1/360 of a revolution
4What happens between degrees?? Degrees (º)>Minutes(‘)>Seconds(“)1 full rotation =360ºConverting DºM‘S“ to decimal form-Ex 1 -a. Convert 50º6‘21“ to decimal form50º621º
5b. Convert 21.256º to DºM‘S“ form Use the calculator!!
6Central Angle -vertex is at the center of a circleArc Length -distance around a portion of a circlecentral angle measureMUST be in radians!!!arc lengthradiusEx 3: Find the length of the arc of a circle with radius 2m subtended (intersected) by a central angle of 0.25 radians