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## Homework Statement

Hey

So I have to create a list from 0 to 2 pi in increments of .1 radian. I realized that I had no idea how to do this. It's clear based on what's asked of me that the values in between 0 and 2 pi should be in radians sense the end values are 0 and 2 pi. I know that (180 degrees)/pi = one radian... so if I wanted .1 radian I would simply divide both sides by ten or (18 degrees)/pi = radian/10... well that's just great but is there any way I can represent this in radians and not degrees? Like I need all the values between 0 and 2 pi in radians in increments of .1 radian... 0, radian/10, radian/5 . . . 2 pi

I hope it's clear what I'm trying to do here, I have no idea how to express radian/10 and so forth in radians other than radian/10, I could express that in degrees (18 degrees)/10 = radian/10, but I don't think that is what is expected of me sense the end points are zero and 2 pi... I'm so confused