I am converting some radians to degrees. I would assume that sin(1°) = sin(pi/180) yes? Since 1°=pi/180. So by algebraic defaults, this should hold true..
But I am getting strange values in these three calculations:
sin-356° - Wolfram|Alpha
sin4° - Wolfram|Alpha
sin364° - Wolfram|Alpha
They all state that the respected degrees equal pi/45 rad..
To my knowledge, which holds true for the 2nd calculation in my row there.
However, if I convert 364 degrees to radians I do it like this: so which I do not understand how becomes
It's probably just some fundamental issue that I am overlooking as usual, but I would appreciate some direction here. Thanks.