Reading through the Plank 2013 Results we can see that the angular scale is ##0.0104147## or ##0.60^\circ##. However, the Power Spectrum chart clearly shows the first multipole at ##220## ##l##. Using the relation $$\theta = \frac {180^\circ}{l},$$I calculate the first multipole to peak at ##302## ##l##. Would someone please show the steps of how you go from ##0.0104147## to ##220## ##l##?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# I How is the first multipole calculated from the Plank Study?

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