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**viviboy** Thank you for helping me =D.

I've found an easier way for me to find the answer to the conversions.

For degree - radian, I put #/180. And I get the fraction of it, which is the radian.

For radian - degree I put #x180 div denominator. And I get the degree of it.

Now I have another question, which would probably be my last.

When converting radian - degree, how would I convert a radian which is in decimal?

(Ex. 4.2 Rad) or (Ex. .2 Rad)

*The teacher never taught us that, but it is in our homework. ><*