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Google Sheets

RADIANS are used in Google Sheets to calculate angles. In Google Sheets, angles are measured in radians, not degrees. To convert degrees to radians, use the following formula: =radians(degreevalue). To convert radians to degrees, use the following formula: =degreevalue(radianvalue).

In Google Sheets, the syntax for RADIANS is "=radians()". This function will return the value of the radians function, which is the number of radians in a circle. The syntax for degrees is "=degrees()". This function will return the value of the degrees function, which is the number of degrees in a circle.

An example of how to use RADIANS in Google Sheets would be to find the angle of a slice of pizza. Let's say that the pizza is 12 inches in diameter and we want to know the angle of the slice that is 3 inches from the center. We would first convert the diameter to radians by using the DIAMETER_IN_RADIANS function:

=DIAMETER_IN_RADIANS(12)

This would return 0.7853981633. Next, we would use the ANGLE_IN_RADIANS function to find the angle of the slice:

=ANGLE_IN_RADIANS(3)

This would return 0.5275987301.

There are a few occasions when you should not use radians in Google Sheets. First, when calculating angles in radians, you cannot use the HOUR function. Second, you cannot use radians in conjunction with the VLOOKUP function. Finally, you cannot use radians in conjunction with the INDEX and MATCH functions.

There are a few similar formulae to RADIANS in Google Sheets. The first is DEGREES, which converts radians to degrees. The second is DMS, which converts radians to degrees, minutes, and seconds. The third is HMS, which converts radians to hours, minutes, and seconds. The fourth is GRADIANS, which converts degrees to radians. The fifth is MILS, which converts radians to mils. The sixth is PI, which returns the value of pi. The seventh is RADIANS, which converts degrees to radians. The eighth is SIN, which returns the sine of a value. The ninth is COS, which returns the cosine of a value. The tenth is TAN, which returns the tangent of a value.

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