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Degree

  • 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 in StandardForm and InputForm as °, deg or \[Degree].
  • Degree is printed in StandardForm as °.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 1.1.3, Section 3.2.6Section 3.2.8.

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