Section 5.1 Worksheet: Angle Measurement
In this angle measurement worksheet, students identify negative co-terminal angles, compute the radian measurement of angles, and express theta in terms of degrees, minutes, and seconds. This one-page worksheet contains 12 multi-step problems.
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