My question is: why is it that when you have a radian value expressed as a decimal you do not need to specify it as a radian value in your calculator.
So for example:
Example: if the value was I would need to specify it was radians. But a value like 0.6 doesn't have to be specified...but it is still in radians.
Can someone explain this to me please
I suppose some of the simple calculators still have a degree/radian mode.
But they are really out of date.
Go to this website.
You change the value of without ever saying anything about radians.