### 9 Answers

- PhilipLv 64 weeks ago
Pi radians = 180°, ie., 3.141592654 radians = 180°. Clearly 3.35 radians is in the 3rd quadrant.

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- TomVLv 74 weeks ago
Q1 = (0, π/2) → 0 < Θ < 1.57080

Q2 = (π/2, π) → 1.57080 < Θ < 3.14159

Q3 = (π, 3π/2) → 3.14159 < Θ < 4.71239

Q4 = (3π/2, 2π) → 4.71239 < Θ < 6.28319

Since 3.35 is in the range (π, 3π/2), it is in the 3rd quadrant

- Pramod KumarLv 74 weeks ago
Convert 3.35 Radian to degree measure, using the following formula -

x Radian = x * (180/π) degree. Thus ---

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3.35 Radians = 3.35 * (180/π) degree. = 191.94 degree

This angle is more than 180° but less than 270°

Hence it falls in the THIRD Quadrant. ................ Answer

Remember --

1st Quadrant covers --- 0° to 90°

2nd Quadrant covers -- 90° to 180°

3rd Quadrant Covers -- 180° to 270°

4th Quadrant covers -- 270° to 360°