RADIANS Function (DAX)

How does the RADIANS function (DAX) work?

The RADIANS function (DAX) converts degrees to radians.

RADIANS Formula Syntax

RADIANS(
     angle
)

How do you use the RADIANS function?

The RADIANS function used the data in the row as a reference and converted them into radians.

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Considerations when using the RADIANS function

The RADIANS function uses the following argument:
1. Angle (required argument) – This is the angle in degrees that we wish to convert to radian.

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Formula examples using the RADIANS function

=RADIANS(30)

returns 0.523598775598299.

=RADIANS(55)

returns 0.959931088596881.

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