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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, so that represents 30°.
Use in arguments of trigonometric functions:
Evaluate to any precision:
Degree can be entered as Esc deg Esc:
Use in arguments of trigonometric functions:
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Evaluate to any precision:
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Degree can be entered as Esc deg Esc:
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Do an exact numerical computation:
Plot a triangle with angles specified in degrees:
Evaluate symbolic relations involving Degree:
Use FullSimplify to simplify expressions containing Degree:
Degree is not an algebraic number:
Degree is typically not generated as output:
FullSimplify does not transform expressions to Degree:
Form degree graphics of various degrees of complexity:
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