Is there a way to quickly convert radians to degrees and back in windows calculator without using the formula:
radians = degrees * Math.PI/180
(something similar to converting between number base by just clicking on DEC/HEX radio buttons).
Is there a way to quickly convert radians to degrees and back in windows calculator without using the formula:
(something similar to converting between number base by just clicking on DEC/HEX radio buttons). 


Upgrade to Windows 7. 


Just put it into google, and google can convert it for you. Google calculator works from the search prompt, and can convert pretty much any unit to any other unit. Try a "search" for:
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For answers in π to +π, you can use the following trick to covert from Rad to Deg:
The reverse also works for Deg to Rad. 


Not without doing the multiplication yourself (you could store the factor in the memory). You may like Calc98. Using it, you:



To convert degrees to radians, copy the following text 45 Ctrl+V To convert radians to degrees, copy the following text 1 Ctrl+V Be aware that when you copy something, the conversion function will be lost. With that in mind, these pasteable conversion functions might be useful if you have several conversions to make, but might be less useful for multistep calcuations that you want to copy and paste results from. 

