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7-93.

Draw a picture of an angle that measures $6$ radians.

1. Approximately how many degrees is this?

Notice that $2π$ radians $≈ 2(3.14) ≈ 6.27$.
So it's a little less than $360^\circ$.

$\frac{6}{2 \pi} = \frac{x}{360}$

$6\ \text{radians}\ \approx344^{\circ}$

2. Using only your picture, estimate the sine of 6 radians.

$\sin(6)=−0.3$