October 18, 2011

Unit Circle Special: Radians

I discovered this really fast method of finding the radians of the unit circle this summer during Ms. Hogan's AP Calc Boot-camp. Ah memories. This method requires that you know two things:

  • The 30°, 45°, and 60° angles, and
  • How to add & subtract.

Simple enough, right? Now let's get started.