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# How to convert from Radians to degrees and vice versa?

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1. All in the title.
2. To convert to radians from degrees, divide your answer in degrees by 180 and then multiply this by pi. To convert from radians, divide by pi then multiply by 180.
3. (Original post by TheSociableOne)
To convert to radians from degrees, divide your answer in degrees by 180 and then multiply this by pi. To convert from radians, divide by pi then multiply by 180.
Or you could go onto the calculator, go to the set up bit and click the convert to radians number?

you just multiply or divide by this number.
5. Yeah radians in set up if you're still working it out, so if you do something like tan^-1 x (3/5) in radians mode you'll get 0.54...radians. But if you already have a number and you wish to convert it, what I said previously is what you use.

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