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    Basic trig graphing question

    Hi,

    Can someone tell me how you can graph a trig function with numbers on the x axis instead of radians?
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    The same way you'd graph it normally just more approximate. Pi is just a number after all so (3.14,0) is a point on the graph y=\sin(x)
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