**Insert a degree symbol**

When entering temperature or measurement values in Word, you may need to insert the degree symbol. This can be done using the drop-down menu or the keyboard shortcut ALT + 0176.

In this article

- Insert a degree symbol using a ribbon
- Insert a degree symbol using a keyboard shortcut

**Insert a degree symbol using a ribbon**

- Place the cursor where you want to insert the degree symbol.
- On the
**Insert**tab, click**Symbols**>**Symbol**.

- Select
**Additional Symbols**.

- Choose a font for the text from the
**Font**drop-down menu .

- Browse the symbols and click the degree sign. Click the
**Insert**button .

**Insert a degree symbol using a keyboard shortcut**

- Place the cursor where you want to insert the degree symbol.
- Press Alt + 0176.
**Note:**This method requires a 10-key numeric keypad.

**RADIANS (RADIANS function)**

This article describes the formula syntax and usage of the **RADIANS** function in Microsoft Excel.

**Description**

Converts degrees to radians.

**Syntax**

RADIANS (angle)

The arguments to the RADIANS function are described below.

**Angle**Required. The angle in degrees to convert.

**Example**

Copy the sample data from the following table and paste it into cell A1 of a new Excel worksheet. To display the results of formulas, select them and press F2, and then press Enter. Change the width of the columns as needed to see all the data.

Formula | Description (result) | Result |

= RADIANS (270) | 270 degrees in radians (4.712389 or 3π / 2 radians) | 4.712389 |

**How to put a “degree” sign in Excel?**

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**User deleted** : Open Microsoft Excel, then select the “Insert” box, then select “Symbol” and there will be a “Degree” icon.

**Baissa** :

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**Excel functions for converting from RADIANS to DEGREES**

The RADIANS function (in English RADIANS) is one of the mathematical and trigonometric functions that is often used for engineering calculations. This function in Excel easily converts degrees to radians – the angle corresponding to the arc, and the length of this arc is equal to its radius.

**How does the index function work in Excel?**

EXAMPLE 1. For engineering calculations related to motion in a circle, it is often necessary to calculate angular velocities and convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees. Excel provides special functions for this. To simplify mathematical calculations, it may be necessary to express in one and second quantities.

We need to find how much will be in 180 ° Radians. Press the fx button near the formula bar to call the “Insert function” function selection window (SHIFT + F3) and enter the “RADIANS” function in the search window. We select the highlighted desired function, as shown in the figure below.

- A window appears in which you need to enter the arguments of the function. Enter the value 180, since we need to find how many radians will be in 180 degrees. Click OK.

**180 degrees would be 3.1415 radians.**

- Find the radians for an angle of 90 °. Let’s open the function window and enter the function that needs to be calculated. Find it in the function wizard window and select argument 90.

**OK. 90 degrees would be 1.5707 radians.**

In the following examples, we’ll show you how to convert these angle units in both directions.

**How to convert Radians to degrees using Excel**

EXAMPLE 2. Sometimes it is necessary to convert the unit of measurement of angles rad into the value gradus °. The DEGREES function is provided for this. It allows you to convert values expressed in radians to degrees in decimal.

- We need to find how much 4.1 radians will be in degrees. Press the fx button to open the function selection window and enter the corresponding function name in the search window.

- A window appears in which you need to enter the function arguments. We enter the value 4.1, since we need to find how much gradus ° will be in 4.1 rad. Click OK.

For an initial value of 4.1, we get exactly 235 degrees.

Thus, the conversion from radians to degrees in Excel is performed.

**How many radians are in several degrees?**

EXAMPLE 3. Sometimes you need to determine how many radians are in several degrees at once and then enter the argument each time for a very long time. In this case, you can use a slightly different way of converting values for measuring angles.

It is required to find how much 45, 67, 23, 12, 57 degrees will be in Radians. Press the fx (SHIFT + F3) button to call the function selection window and in the search window enter the necessary function as shown in the figure below. We point to the highlighted function.

- Select the range of degrees (A3 to A7) and click on the OK button.

- We stretch the line down so that we can find out how many radians are in all given degrees without calling the function several times.

For 45 degrees it is 0.7853, for 67 degrees it’s 1.1693, for 23 degrees it’s 0.4014, for 12 degrees it’s 0.2094, for 57 degrees it’s 0.9948 in radians.