I assume you want to convert from degrees to radians. To convert from degrees to radians, you multiply by (pi / 180).
63.4 degrees (rounded)
You use point-slope form to find the equation of a line if you only have a point and a slope or if you are just given two point. Usually you will convert point-slope form to slope-intercept form to make it easier to use.
Since a complete revolution (full circle) is 360 degrees, you simply divide the number of degrees by 360.
There is no word such as raduis. The nearest word that makes the question sensible is radians. To convert degrees to radians you multiply by pi/180. That is,d degrees = d*(pi/180) radians.
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In Excel, as in all advanced mathematics, angles are measured in radians, rather than degrees.So the calculation isx deg is equivalent to x*pi/180 radians and then, the slope is tan(x*pi/180).In fact, you need to enter "= tan(x*pi()/180)"
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To convert from degrees to radians, you can multiply by (pi / 180). Or use the Excel function to convert from degrees to radians. I am not sure about the name; you can find it under math functions.
Excel does not convert formulas from anything. Formulas are displayed as you enter them in cells.
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Step 1: Divide the percentage slope by 100. Step 2: Calculate arctan or tan-1 [=atan() in Excel] of that value to give the angle. Advanced mathematicians use radians to measure angles, and Excel calculates the angle in radians. However, if you need it in degrees, multiply the last answer by 180/pi. On most calculators you will need to ensure that angles are measured in degrees. Thus, if you have a 15% slope, step 1 gives 0.15 and step 2 gives an angle of 0.1489 radians, which is equal to 8.53 degrees (approx).
Percent grade is the rise divided by the run, or the slope, times 100. Since rise divided by run is slope, and this is the tangent of the angle, the formula is: tan-1(% grade/100). For example, if I wanted to convert a 33% grade to an angle, it would be: tan-1(33/100) = 18.2629 degrees.
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