Comment on Tutorial - toRadians() and toDegrees() Sample program in Java By Ivan Lim
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Comment Added at : 2012-04-02 03:39:03
Comment on Tutorial : toRadians() and toDegrees() Sample program in Java By Ivan Lim
Actually, 120º *is* 2.0943951023931953 radians because 180º is pi radians (i.e. roughly 3.1416 radians).
I believe you may be confusing radians and gradians, although even gradians would not be right with what you're saying.
So, don't despair ... Java is not broken, but the world's Mathematicians are crying.
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