Calculates in Radians even tough I set it to Degree

sotanyibalint01 shared this problem 3 months ago
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The trigonometric calculations are in radians. It is by default set to Degrees, but still calculates in Radians. Switching it out and then back does not fix it either.

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The problem occured on Scientific Calculator site ( https://www.geogebra.org/sc... )

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Which calculation ? Please, give an example (or a screenshot)

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The calculation was: sin(9 / 7)

the result always stayed in radians, regardless of what angle unit I chose in the settings menu.

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yes

It is the same in all GeoGebra apps

set to degrees :

sin(30°) is 0.5

but sin(60/2) or sin(2*15) is -0.98...

you have to write sin(60°/2) or sin(2*15°)


In your example : sin(9°/7)

So, even you set degrees, you have to write "°"

(perhaps you have noticed that when you write sin(30) GeoGebra add the ° : so it is sin(30°) and the result is 0.5)


It doesn't work as a calculator (CASIO, TI,...), but it works as mathematics !

sin(30°) = 0.5 and sin(30) = -0.98

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