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The problems you missed are listed below with answers and explanations.  Look over the explanation for each problem so you can understand why you missed it!

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"); } question[0] = 'How many total trig ratios are there?'; question[1] = 'Besides degrees what other method of measuring angles is there?'; question[2] = 'How many total radians are there in a circle?'; question[3] = 'Which one of the basic three ratios is not limited in range?'; question[4] = 'What is the radian measurement for 45 degrees?'; answer[0] = '6'; answer[1] = 'radians'; answer[2] = '2PI'; answer[3] = 'tangent'; answer[4] = 'PI/4'; explain[0] = '#1

The trig ratios are "sine, cosine, tangent, secant, coscant, and cotangent" which gives us a total of 6 trig ratios to work with.

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While most people are use to dealing with degrees as the measurement for angles, the most common measurement in mathmatics is actually Radians. Radians is base on a circle that measures as 2PI radians.

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