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Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I don't know where else to put it.

Is there a way to write radians as decimals in terms of Pi?

I'm currently doing Polar Coordinates with Argand Diagrams, and this is something I'm curious about.

I've just done a question and come out with -0.983 rad. We've left it in decimal form in lectures, but I was just curious to know how I'd go about writing it in terms of Pi.

[tex]45\deg = 0.785 = \frac{\pi}{4}[/tex]

[tex]-56.34\deg = -0.983= \frac{?}{?}[/tex]

Anyone know?

Also, I've always had trouble with angles. Calculus? Love it. Trig? Huh!

Thanks

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# Writing decimal radians in terms of Pi

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