Angles in radian mode

janetvmiller shared this question 10 years ago
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Is there a way to find radian measure of angles,say in a circle?? I am thinking about a unit cirle and tracing around it in radians. Any help is very appreciated!!

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Try Options -> Angle Unit -> Radians

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If you go to Options/Angle units and choose radians, angles will be shown in radians.

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Cannot find the option for "radian/degree' selection in new version 6. Any help or suggestion will be much appreciated. Thanks

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@lawrence press "icon for more options at right-up corner" → Settings, it gonna popup a subwindow with more icons on the right. Press the icon of a sinusoid, it shall switch you to the tab titled "Algebra". At the bottom you'll see "Angle unit", change it to radian.

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There are multiple icons in the upper right corner of Geogebra. None of them works the way the answer says, as far as I can tell.

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Voir fichiers joints

Cordialement

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A picture is worth 1000 words, thank you!

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