convert radian into degree in Excel

Q78. I have angle values in radians. In Excel, how can I convert them to degrees?

For example, I want to convert 3.35 radians returned by one of my Engineering formulas to degrees so that I can make the necessary Engineering change.

To do it in Excel, here is the answer:

a) Enter the formula =DEGREES(number), where number is the radian value that has to be converted to degrees.

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