Question

Jaime makes the following claim.
An angle with a measure of π/3 radians in a circle with a radius of 3 inches is smaller than an angle with a measure of π/3 radians in a circle with a radius of 6
inches. This is because the radian measure is based on the length of the radius of the circle and a radius of 3 inches is smaller than a radius of 6 inches. Explain whether you agree with Jaime’s statement or not.

1. ngochoa
The justification for the angle will be wrong because the angle does not depend on the radius of the circle.

### What is an angle?

The angle is the distance between the intersecting lines or surfaces. The angle is also expressed in degrees. The angle is 360 degrees for one complete spin.
Jaime makes the following claim. An angle with a measure of π/3 radians in a circle with a radius of 3 inches is smaller than an angle with a measure of π/3 radians in a circle with a radius of 6 inches.
The justification for the angle will be wrong because the angle does not depend on the radius of the circle.