Radians and Degrees

Radians and Degrees
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  • Sama Osman Period 5
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  • Hey Sophie! Whats wrong?
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  • I am stressed, Eleanor. I have a test on radians and degrees. Can you explain to me how to turn radians to degree and vice versa?
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  • Radians And Degrees 
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  • Ofcourse! To turn radian into a degree...
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  • Just to make sure,  the radian is always in π right?
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  • Radians to Degrees
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  • Yes it is always in π. As I was saying, you multiply the number with 180/π. When you do that, you are basically multiplying 180 with the number. That is because the π will cancel out with the π  in the radian number.
  • In this cell, Sophie is crying since she has a test on radians and degrees and she doesn't understand it well.
  • Degree to Radian
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  • Well, it is quite simple. you just do the opposite. You multiply the degree number with π/180
  • Okay I understand that! Now, how do you turn degree to radian?
  • Eleanor is explaining to Sophie how to turn a radian to a degree.
  • Thank You
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  • Anytime Sophie! Tell me how you do!
  • Thank you so much, Eleanor! I am not that worried now.
  • Eleanor is explaining to Sophie how to turn a radian to a degree.
  • Full Mark
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  • Wow, Sophie! Congratulations!
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  • Eleanor! You won't believe it! I got 100% on my test! All thanks to you!
  • Sophie asked Eleanor how to turn degree to radian, and Eleanor starts explaining it to her.
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  • Sophie thanking Eleanor for her help.
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  • Sophie telling Eleanor she got full mark in her test.
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