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**Quick** When I was in 6th grade I came up with an equation for finding the measure of the interior angle of any vertex to a regular polygon.

$\displaystyle 180-\frac{360}{n} $ where $\displaystyle n $ is the number of sides to the polygon. My equation comes out in degrees.

But you guys are saying $\displaystyle \pi(1-2/n)$ which comes out in radians.

Wouldn't it just be easier to say $\displaystyle 180-\frac{360}{n} $?

P.S. I know the equations are the same, one just comes out in radians and the other in degrees; My main question is what is the point of radians?