Convert between degrees and radians – DRG button – Casio Calculator fx-83GT fx-85GT PLUS Changing

Hello and welcome to the Calculator Guide video on the DRG button and radians We’re going to look at changing the
calculator between degrees and radians At the moment it’s in degrees we can
see a little D displayed here It can be useful and sometimes
essential for some questions to change from degrees to radians particularly
with the trigonometric functions sine cosine and tangent we’re going to change the calculator
from degrees to radians we need to access the set up menu
so press SHIFT, MODE We’re interested in the
second line 3 for degrees and 4 for radians, we want 4 should see a little R displayed on top For the next part to the video we’re
going to need the calculator in degree mode We just need to access the setup menu
again and press 3 for degrees We’re going to use the DRG button or degrees radians and gradians to change radian measure into the degree equivalent The angle we’ll use is pi Access DRG press shift and the ANS button We have a choice of 1 for degrees 2 for radians and 3 for the lesser used gradians where 400 gradians is a full circle As our angle of pi is in radians we’re going select 2 We can see the degree equivalant of pi radians. 180 degrees which many probably
already knew let’s try that again this time we’re
going to input 3pi over 4 radians Press shift and Ans to access the DRG function, 2 for radians Press equals and we have the degree equivalent 135 degrees We’re going to do the same, this time degrees to radians we need our calculator in Radian mode so we need to press set up and 4 for radians We’re going to input 120 degrees to
find out what the Radian equivalent is input 120 can access the DRG function this time want to press one as a measurement is degrees Press equals and here we have the Radian
equivalent two-thirds pi or 2 pi over 3 Let’s try that one more time this time
with 720 degrees press SHIFT, DRG them 1 for degrees. Press equals and here we have the Radian equivalent
four pi. Well, thank you very much for watching that’s it for this video see you next
time on The Calculator Guide

37 thoughts to “Convert between degrees and radians – DRG button – Casio Calculator fx-83GT fx-85GT PLUS Changing”

1. RangerOn2Wheels says:

Do you know how to convert into revolutions?? Thanks!

2. SIKHO BODOZA says:

3. Ronan Downes says:

How do you get the casio interface on screen?

4. Lorenzo Von Matterhorn says:

Thanks, helps a lot

5. Zakir Matin says:

Hi, any ideas on how to use the ratio button on calculators?

6. Aastha Kalia says:

thanks i have the same calculator š

7. baby_manggaetteok says:

8. Booster Gold says:

I've cleared my calculator and now it shows 2/3*pi as 2.094. I've tried using S>D and still does nothing. Also I've tired both Radians mode and Degrees mode. The calculator is Fx-82Au and a Fx-82Au Plus and was working last week.

9. Shanna Lyle says:

thanks a lot.

10. Angel Lovey says:

11. Fat Frog says:

I feel like I'm watching a calculator porno

12. haider nasser says:

THANKS

13. Gowshika C says:

when i do the 120 degree i get them in decimals. why ? did i do something wrong!!!!!!!!?

14. RAVI TEJESH says:

tank u it helped me

15. Raunaq Chopra says:

thank u this was really helpful

16. Anirudh Chowlur says:

just saved my ass on a quiz

17. Wen Jing says:

how do you change it back

18. Stipo Stipic says:

how do I turn it off

19. Qeemat Rahi says:

thanks

20. Lak Chilean says:

Mine is not working, when I try to covert degree in to radian. I try 120 like you did but it covert to 2.094….

21. Krinston Kelex says:

thanks for help !

22. Zaburgh says:

BLESS YOU

23. Gayantha Vitharanage says:

Why I am not getting the answer in fractions of Ļ s on my fx-82AU?
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24. giovanni campa says:

Gosh why did they make it so complicated to switch between them!??! Thanks a lot anyways š

25. Alexander Arian says:

When I try to calcute phi.r, it gives me the answer phi. I'm wondering what is wrong with my calculator

26. zain sethi says:

Awsum video.thanks

27. Khaterah Akbari says:

how you got the exact value? every time i get my answer in decimals

28. Uapimbisa Tjambiru says:

29. Alfie Davis says:

Great video thank you! Really helped with my trigonometry calculations!

30. Duyen Tang says:

thank a lot !!! Helpful video

31. Lavinia - Loredana Spargo says:

thank you for the video, it was very helpful

32. Miguel Galarion says:

Hey just a question. When I convert from degrees to radians, it just gives a decimal instead of a radian amount. Do u know how to change this. Thanks

33. moses stanley says:

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34. Joshua McNamara says:

Hey, thanks for the video. How do I get my answer to show in the fractional form for 2pi/2 rathers than it displaying as a decimal?

35. Leo Mesney says:

Example question would be helpful as well, thanks for the videos

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