Practice Radian Measure of Each Angle

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Yes, you need like units of measure.
 

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Whew! I was eagerly waiting for you to post to say you will post later. :)
 

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Whew! I was eagerly waiting for you to post to say you will post later. :)
How I wish I could post an entire solution to new threads but time is short for me. I think posting too many questions is not helping me. So, from now on (after answering all new threads with full solution), I will not post more than 3 daily questions, and that's even a lot for someone trying to digest the material well enough to succeed in calculus.
 

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I get:

\(\displaystyle \theta\approx3.665235194247478\text{ rad}\)
 
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