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  1. HisOnlyForever
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  2. HisOnlyForever
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    I tried , it isnt giving me a clear answer .

  3. HisOnlyForever
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    @paki

  4. cwrw238
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    lets try and convert radians to degrees you multiply by pi/180

  5. HisOnlyForever
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    565.486677646

  6. paki
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    lets convert the ist one... rite... (23pie / 4 * pi/180) = X degrees

  7. paki
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    @HisOnlyForever how 565.48667764...?

  8. cwrw238
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    first convert 23 pi/4 to an angle less than 360 360 = 2pi radians so we get 23pi/4 - 8pi/4 - 8pi/4 = 7pi/4 7pi/4 * 180/pi = 315 degrees

  9. cwrw238
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    18pi/5 - 10pi/5 = 8pi/5 8*180 / 5 = 288 degrees

  10. cwrw238
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    get the idea?

  11. robtobey
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    \[\left( \begin{array}{cc} 60 {}^{\circ} & \frac{19 \pi }{3} \\ 80 {}^{\circ} & \frac{22 \pi }{9} \\ 288 {}^{\circ} & \frac{18 \pi }{5} \\ 315 {}^{\circ} & \frac{23 \pi }{4} \\ \end{array} \right) \]Refer to the two line Mathematica program attached.

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