Posted by **Matt** on Sunday, January 6, 2008 at 12:15pm.

How do i express angles in a radian measure as multiples of pi.

For example, suppose i have an angle of 30 degrees, and a angle of -270 degrees. How would I express them in a radian measure as a multiple of pi?.

Thanks.

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