How To: Convert degrees to radians with Excel's trig functions

Convert degrees to radians with Excel's trig functions

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The relevant formulae are as follows:

Radians = degrees*PI()/180

The PI () function will give you p up to 15 digits.

The RADIANS function converts degrees to Radians.

The DEGREE function converts radians to degrees.

Radians*180/PI() = degrees

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