mod in degrees

lawrence shared this question 4 months ago
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Need to find Mod(400°, 360°).Any help or suggested is much appreciated

Thanks Larence

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Try

Mod(400, 360)°


or

Mod(a/°,b/°)°

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Bonjour ,

le modulo u de deux entiers a et b est le reste de la division entière de a par b .

On le calcule par u = a - b floor(a/b)

Cordialement

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Try

Mod(400, 360)°


or

Mod(a/°,b/°)°

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Thanks so much Micheal!

BTY why you use forward slash. '/' in 'Mod(a/°,b/°)°. Thanks

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° is just a multiplying constant (pi/180)

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Thanks Michael.

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