A radian is a unit used to measure an angle of a circle.
I would explain it using 2pi to equal the whole circumference of a circle. Unit circles are labeled in radians. The circumference of a circle is 360 degrees or 2pi Radians relate to degrees because they are just different units of measure to measure the same thing. I prefer degrees because they're easier to understand. Degrees are more "pure" numbers.
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You can factor to find complicated zeros using synthetic division. The degree is usually equal to the number of zeros. It does not always tell us the number of factors because factors can repeat, there can be 4 zeros but two of them are both 2 so therefore there are 3 factors.
They are similar because they each have symmetry and can both use negatives to help solve to find out if functions are even or odd. They are different because they have their own kind of symmetry, yaxis symmetry and origin symmetry. To find out which is which, one uses (x, f(x)), and the other uses (x, f(x)). I don't think so, they can be proven to be neither. I have a question, what is your 2nd favorite color?
Each graph below seems indicate to the height of the flag in relation to the time it is taking to raise the flag. Graph A means that the time in relation to height was linear. Graph B means that as the flag went up further it took more time. Graph C means that the boy stopped after each pull. Graph D means it started off slow and then sped up. Graph E means it started off super slow and then got easier as it got higher. Graph F means it went straight up right away. I think Graph A would be most accurate because as time goes by and you're pulling the flag goes up at a constant rate. Graph F is pretty much impossible because it just went straight up out of no where or that it was already up? Just appeared up there? That one is not possible really.

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