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MS Excel 2007 Lecture # 26
"Excel 2007 RADIANS Function: An Example"
The syntax for the RADIANS function is:
Angle - the angle in degrees to be converted to radians.
To use the Excel 2007 RADIANS function
- Enter 180 into the cell C2.
- Click on cell D2 in the spreadsheet - where the result will be displayed.
- Click on the Formulas tab of the ribbon menu
From the Function Library group, click the Math & Trig icon and from the function drop down list, drag down and click on RADIANS to bring up the function's dialog box.
- From the Function Arguments dialog box displayed, click on the Angle line.
- Click on cell C2 in the spreadsheet (the degrees to convert to radians).
- Click OK.
- The result 3.141593 should appear in cell D2.
- When you click on cell D2 the complete function =RADIANS(C2) appears in the formula bar.
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