The trigonometric functions in nickle are giving me seemingly wrong numbers, e.g. sin(30) gives an answer of -0.988031624092862 instead of the expected 0.5.
There is an example on their website that says atan ( 1 ) * 4 should equal pi, which in nickle it does but my casio says 180. What am I missing?
Last edited by Bandit Bowman (2012-11-25 18:10:39)
Radians vs degrees
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Of course! I should go back to school.
Here is why radians are better: http://betterexplained.com/articles/int … d-radians/
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