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*From*: Raacc@aol.com*Date*: Sat, 6 Apr 1996 02:59:49 -0500

Dwight,

One way to use degrees in a spreadsheet is to convert them

to radians within the cosine or sine function. In Works,

pi() (this is pi with empty parenthesis) is pi, so use pi

radians per 180 degrees to convert. An example

spreadsheet follows. I hope the tab stops come through

OK.

A B C

1 deg formula answer

2 0 =cos(pi()/180*a2) 1

3 45 =cos(pi()/180*a3) 0.7071

4 90 =cos(pi()/180*a4) 0

5 135 =cos(pi()/180*a5) -0.7071

6 180 =cos(pi()/180*a6) -1

rac

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