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It’s not like Lyos don’t know how to convert degree to radius, since \pi = 180^0 and that means 17 is (\frac{\pi}{180^0}*17^0) degree. But what Cyril asked is very random XDD. Note that ‘DEGREE’ is not a physical unit! It is mainly used to accompany temperature units, like “Celcius degree”, “Reamur degree”, or “Fahrenheit degree”, but “Kelvin” is “Kelvin”, not “Kelvin degree”. Moreover, degree is also used to denote angle, aside of pi radian. So, don’t forget to add the physical units (not just ” x degree”), or else someone will mistake it as unit angle.

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