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    Unhappy how to generate new formulas?

    but not with some rote learning but with some kind of idea...

    e.g.

    I have given the formula degree=rad*180(degree)/pi -> transform from rad to degree...

    How you can generate a new formula to transform from degree to ran in a mathematical way...

    e.g. to come with the

    rad=degree*pi/180(degree)

    thank you so much for your help!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by problady View Post
    but not with some rote learning but with some kind of idea...

    e.g.

    I have given the formula degree=rad*180(degree)/pi -> transform from rad to degree...

    How you can generate a new formula to transform from degree to ran in a mathematical way...

    e.g. to come with the

    rad=degree*pi/180(degree)

    thank you so much for your help!!!
    Have you considered using algebra?

    CB
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    Please let me know ... how to search in Google so that I get result to do that through algebra? I dont know what to type
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    Quote Originally Posted by problady View Post
    Please let me know ... how to search in Google so that I get result to do that through algebra? I dont know what to type
    "elementary algebra", but that will tell you about common algebra, not specifically your question. Your question is just an application of elementary algebra, specifically rearranging a formula.

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