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    what does in the interval of 0 smaller than or equal to theata smaller or equal to 360 mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortd333 View Post
    what does in the interval of 0 smaller than or equal to theata smaller or equal to 360 mean?
    0 \leq \theta \leq 360

    (which actually should be something like 0 \leq \theta < 360)

    means that \theta, an angle, is somewhere between 0 and 360, ie. smaller than a circle.

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