Q: When you first enter text its angle is degrees and it reads from left to right in a cell as shown in the accompanying figure?

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0 degrees (in Excel).

It is called the central angle. Hope that helped!

Try annunciating "square root" clearly.

if you have a graphing calculator you can use the inverse of Sin( and enter the number of the sides EX. push second then Sin then enter the long leg number divided by the hypotenuse and then push enter (note. this only works on right triangles)

#include "stdio.h" #include "math.h" int main() { double result,degrees,radians; printf("Enter the no. of degrees : "); scanf("%lf",&degrees); radians = degrees*(M_PI/180); result = sin(radians); printf("%lf\n",radians); printf("The sin() of %lf is %lf\n", degrees, result); return 0; }

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Its angle is zero degrees.

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0 degrees (in Excel).

On many calculators, the MODE key/button is to set the calculator into degrees or radian angle measurment, that is, when you enter a value, it and all further values you enter will then either be understood by the calculator as a degrees or radian value for an angle.

You enter at a 45 degree angle

If you know the angle's sine, cosine, or tangent, enter it into the calculator and press <inverse> sine, cosine, or tangent. On MS Calc, in Scientific Mode, using Degrees, enter 0.5, then check Inv and the press sin. You should get 30 degrees. The other functions work similarly.

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When the incident ray is at an angle of 90 degrees to the prism, it will not enter the prism but will reflect off of it. This occurs because the light undergoes total internal reflection at the interface between the two mediums due to the critical angle being reached.

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When light enters or exits water into air at an angle of 15 degrees with the normal, the light ray will refract, or bend, away from the normal. This is because water is optically denser than air, causing the light to bend towards the less dense medium.