Converting from Degrees to Radians

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In this lesson, you will learn how to convert an angle in degrees to radians. By multiplying the degree value by pi/180, you can easily convert it to radians. This will allow you to use radians to solve problems involving angles. With the help of the usual circle in radians, you can easily see where the converted angle would be on the circle.

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How to convert an angle in degrees to radians

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  • How do I convert an angle measurement from degrees to radians?
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    The instuctor shows how to convert an angle measurement from degrees to radians.