Ho to show or convert angle degree to radian in pi format?

Math123 shared this question 1 year ago

how to show angle in \pi symbol format with rational multiple e.g sqrt(3) pi /2, pi/2.

angle can be of object vector or line.

maybe one of this possibilities:

Note1: using FractionText()

Note2: I am irritated that you could not answer my seven questions.

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Questions

What should the text-result be for:

1.) 0°

2.) 180°

3.) 210°

4.) 211°

5.) 211.1°

6.) 211.01°

7.) Should rounding rules be applied? Which one?

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Hello rami,

Hope you are fine. Pls see attached ,i want all the angles in radian at position of angle alpha.

angle in radian should be multiple of pi. like

1. 3 pi / 4

2. sqrt(3) pi / 2

3. 1 pi /(sqrt(2))

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sorry, this is not the answer to my 7 questions.

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Yes i think it is easy to make angle integer (not float). Otherwise it become difficult to get rational angle.

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Hello rami,

I have made as in attached. If you have better solution pls share.

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maybe one of this possibilities:

Note1: using FractionText()

Note2: I am irritated that you could not answer my seven questions.

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Ans-7 "Your solution no-2 is worked for me. "

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