### Math related question

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**Sat Feb 16, 2019 4:29 am**Hi,

If (for example) I integrate sine(x) from 0...180 degree with my DM42 I get: 114.591577478...

If I do the same thing in RAD mode from 0...Pi -- again with my DM42 -- I get: 2.00000032205...

If I do an RAD->DEG conversion, I get the first result back.

If I divide the first example by 180 and the second by Pi I get both times: 0.63661977237.

But...WHAT is this value...for "what it is te value for" ? It looks like an integral value which represents

the ??? independantly from the "base" the integration process relies on....

Is it something known in mathematics...or is it simply nonsense?

Thanks a lot for any information on this in advance!

Cheers!

mcc

If (for example) I integrate sine(x) from 0...180 degree with my DM42 I get: 114.591577478...

If I do the same thing in RAD mode from 0...Pi -- again with my DM42 -- I get: 2.00000032205...

If I do an RAD->DEG conversion, I get the first result back.

If I divide the first example by 180 and the second by Pi I get both times: 0.63661977237.

But...WHAT is this value...for "what it is te value for" ? It looks like an integral value which represents

the ??? independantly from the "base" the integration process relies on....

Is it something known in mathematics...or is it simply nonsense?

Thanks a lot for any information on this in advance!

Cheers!

mcc