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To convert a value in degrees to radians, multiply it by `math.PI/180`

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public static double ConvertDegreesToRadians (double degrees) { return ((Math.PI / 180) * degrees); }

To convert a value in radians to degrees, multiply it by `180/mathPI`

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public static double ConvertRadiansToDegrees(double radians) { return ((180 / Math.PI) * radians); }

**Example**

class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { double degrees = 180; double radians = 3.14; Console.WriteLine("Degrees To Radians = " + ConvertDegreesToRadians(degrees)); Console.WriteLine("Radians To Degrees = " + ConvertRadiansToDegrees(radians)); Console.ReadKey(); } public static double ConvertDegreesToRadians(double degrees) { return ((Math.PI / 180) * degrees); } public static double ConvertRadiansToDegrees(double radians) { return ((180 / Math.PI) * radians); } }

Output of the above program…