# physics - converting radians to degrees

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i know how to convert degrees to radians..

.. i cant figure out how to do the opposite.. can anyone show me how? thanks!

~lor

40o
degrees = 0.69813*360/2*pi = 40o

you can times the radian measure by
(360/2pi)

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