Angle? Pi, -Pi

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Hi, If an angle is to between "Pi and -Pi" does that mean it should be in Radians? - Dumb quetsion I know, just never seen that notation and wanted to check Thanks Mark

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It does not need to be, but it probably is (most angles measured in x * PI tend to be in radians).

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What our high school maths teacher would tell us: Unless you say what units an angle is in, it's assumed to be radians. So far, I've never went wrong with it.

Cheers! :)

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 Original post by OxydWhat our high school maths teacher would tell us: Unless you say what units an angle is in, it's assumed to be radians. So far, I've never went wrong with it.

That's some excellent high schools you have in Czech:) He's completely right, but I remember that at high school degrees were pretty much the standard.

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