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toDegrees() and toRadians() in Java

  • Last Updated : 03 Mar, 2018

toDegrees() is an inbuilt method in java that converts argument value to degrees.

Syntax:

 Math.toDegrees(double d)

Parameters:
The parameter is mandatory and has to be of a double data type. The passed parameter is thus converted to degrees.

Returns
It returns a value of data-type. The passed argument gets converted to degrees and is returned.

Code#1: Program explaining the implementation of toDegrees()




// Java program for implementation of
// toDegrees() method
import java.util.*;
class GFG {
  
    // Driver Code
    public static void main(String args[])
    {
        double x = 12.0;
        double y = 19.0;
  
        // conversion of number to degrees using
        // inbuilt function
        double xinDegrees = Math.toDegrees(x);
        double yinDegrees = Math.toDegrees(y);
  
        // Prints the number in degrees
        System.out.println(xinDegrees);
        System.out.println(yinDegrees);
    }
}
Output:
687.5493541569879
1088.619810748564

Output:

687.5493541569879
1088.619810748564

toRadians() is an inbuilt method in java that converts argument value to radian.

Syntax:

 Math.toRadians(double d)

Parameters:
The parameter is mandatory and has to be of a double data type. The passed parameter is thus converted to radians.

Returns
It returns a value of data-type. The passed argument gets converted to radians and is returned.

Code#2: Program explaining the implementation of toRadians()




// Java program for implementation of
// toRadians() method
import java.util.*;
class GFG {
  
    // Driver Code
    public static void main(String args[])
    {
        double x = 12.0;
        double y = 19.0;
  
        // conversion of number to Radians using
        // inbuilt function
        double xinRadians = Math.toRadians(x);
        double yinRadians = Math.toRadians(y);
  
        // Prints the number in Radians
        System.out.println(xinRadians);
        System.out.println(yinRadians);
    }
}
Output:
0.20943951023931953
0.33161255787892263

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