# What is #(13pi)/8 # radians in degrees?

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To convert radians to degrees, you can use the formula:

Degrees = Radians × (180/π)

Using this formula, we can convert (13π)/8 radians to degrees:

Degrees = (13π/8) × (180/π) = (13/8) × 180 = 292.5 degrees

So, (13π)/8 radians is equal to 292.5 degrees.

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