Seems as thought javascript doesnt come shipped with functions to convert radians to degrees and degrees to radians. Here’s a quick snippet to save you the headache of searching the net for the code

Math.degrees = function(rad)
{
return rad*(180/Math.PI);
}
Math.radians = function(deg)
{
return deg * (Math.PI/180);
}

Use it like any other function in javacsript’s Math object:

var angle_in_deg = Math.degrees(3.14);
var angle_in_rad = Math.radians(180);

enjoy ğŸ˜€

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How to write –> a = b * cos(40 Degrees) – c * sin(40 Degrees);

in JS?

using the functions from the code in this post, just do this:

a = b*cos(Math.radians(40)) – c*sin(Math.radians(40));

Thanks man! it works XD

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