• Degree gives the number of radians in one degree. It has a numerical value of .
• You can multiply by Degree to convert from degrees to radians.
• Example: 30 Degree represents .
• Degree can be entered as by typing deg or \[Degree].
• See also: Pi.
Entering Commands Directly
You can paste a template for this command via the Text Input button on the Degree Function Controller.
You can use Degree for the arguments of trigonometric functions.
You can also use Degree for range values in graphics functions.
Ordinary Mathematical Notation
Degree can be substituted with ° and evaluated.