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How do we convert degrees to rad and rad to degrees?

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    \[\pi\text{ radians }=180^{\circ}\]

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    Yea But what is the formula ?

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    For example convert 3pi/4 rad to degrees

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    \[x\text{ rad }\times({180^{\circ}\over\pi\text{ rad }})=y^{\circ}\]

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    this works because by the formula I first typed we have that\[({180^{\circ}\over\pi\text{ rad}})=1\]so multiplying a number by that changes nothing to gr from degrees to radians we go the other way and use\[({\pi\text{ rad }\over180^{\circ}})=1\]

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    go*

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