# DEGREES

Formulas / DEGREES
Convert angles to degrees.
`DEGREES(angle)`
• angle - The angle argument is required for the DEGREES function

## Examples

• `=DEGREES(PI())`

The DEGREES function is used to convert an angle from radians to degrees. This formula for example, converts pi radians to 180 degrees.

• `=DEGREES(PI()/2)`

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.

## Summary

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.

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. 