Convert angles to degrees.
- angle - The angle argument is required for the DEGREES function
The DEGREES function is used to convert an angle from radians to degrees. This formula for example, converts pi radians to 180 degrees.
The DEGREES function can also be used to convert a fractional angle from radians to degrees. For example, this formula converts one-half pi radians to 90 degrees.
The DEGREES function converts an angle in radians to degrees. It requires a radians argument and no other arguments.
- The DEGREES function is used to convert angles from radians to degrees, by dividing the radians by Pi/180.
- The DEGREES function takes an angle in radians and automatically converts it to degrees.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the DEGREES Function?
The DEGREES function is a Sourcetable function that is used to convert radians into degrees.
What does the DEGREES Function do?
The DEGREES function takes a radian angle argument and converts it into degrees.
What is a radian angle argument?
A radian angle argument is an angle in radians that is used to convert into degrees.
What is required to use the DEGREES Function?
The DEGREES function requires a radian angle argument.
How do I use the DEGREES Function?
To use the DEGREES function, enter the formula =DEGREES(angle) into the desired cell, replacing "angle" with the angle in radians that you want to convert into degrees.