# Answer to Question #25174 in Trigonometry for Alec Barger

Question #25174

A circle with radius of 63,010 μm is centered at the origin of a

CCS. Angles α and β are in standard position, α = 1.100 radians, and β =

1.257 radians.

a) What is the length of the arc that is captured between α and β?

b) To the nearest degree, what is the size of the angle between the terminal

side of α and the terminal side of β?

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CCS. Angles α and β are in standard position, α = 1.100 radians, and β =

1.257 radians.

a) What is the length of the arc that is captured between α and β?

b) To the nearest degree, what is the size of the angle between the terminal

side of α and the terminal side of β?

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