Rotate function rotates by radians

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Hello,

When applying a rotation to some object, GeoGebra consider the angles in radians, (e. g: rotate(B, 90) why is that? Although I have set the angle unit to degrees in Preferences > Advanced > Angle unit > Degrees.

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the angle without "°" is in radians.

the angle with "°" is in degrees.

(e. g: rotate(B, 90) is in radians, independent of preferences

(e. g: rotate(B, 90°) is in degree independent of preferences

"Preferences > Advanced > Angle unit" determines how the angular dimension is to be displayed (independent how the angular dimension was entered/defined)

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the angle without "°" is in radians.

the angle with "°" is in degrees.

(e. g: rotate(B, 90) is in radians, independent of preferences

(e. g: rotate(B, 90°) is in degree independent of preferences

"Preferences > Advanced > Angle unit" determines how the angular dimension is to be displayed (independent how the angular dimension was entered/defined)

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