# What angle is 1.30 pi in radians?

Assuming you meant what angle in degrees is

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1.30 radians in degrees is calculated as follows:

[ \text{Radians} \times \frac{180}{\pi} ]

Substituting 1.30 for radians:

[ 1.30 \times \frac{180}{\pi} ]

[ \approx 74.40 ]

So, 1.30 radians is approximately ( 74.40^\circ ) in degrees.

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