An angle expressed in radians
A Double containing the sine of an angle
Returns the ratio of two sides of a right triangle in the range -1 to 1
The ratio is determined by dividing the length of the side opposite the angle by the length of the hypotenuse.
This is a Shared member, so it can be used without creating any objects.
You can convert degrees to radians using the formula:
radians = degrees * (pi/180)
You can convert radians to degrees using the formula:
degrees = radians * (180/pi)