## How to convert radians to fractions of pi

The formula in cell D3 converts the radian decimal value to fractions of pi.

Formula in cell D3:

### Explaining formula in cell D3

The first operation is the division between the radian number and pi.

C3/PI()

The TEXT function then calculates the fraction.

TEXT(C3/PI(),"?/?")

The CHAR function inserts the pi symbol using ANSI code 182.

CHAR(182)

Lastly, the ampersands concatenate the values.

TEXT(C3/PI(),"?/?")&"*"&CHAR(182)

### Download Excel *.xlsx file

Convert radians to fractions of pi.xlsx

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