The function DEGREES converts radians into degrees.
This function takes a single Number as input. It parses that Number as an angle in radians and returns another Number: the equivalent angle in degrees.
DEGREES(number) -> degrees
number (required, type:
A number specifying an angle in degrees.
The number of radians corresponding to the angle that was given in degrees.
The following example converts two radians into the equivalent number of degrees:
DEGREES(2) -> 114.59155902616465
As a unit, the radian is derived from the ratio of the arc length to the radius of a circle, and thus it often makes sense to express radians as multiples of pi. (Many "neat" angles are expressed nicely as multiples of pi – the quarter turn, 90°, is 0.5π radians, and a complete rotation, 360°, is 2π radians.) The following example converts 2π radians – expressed by multiplying two by the output of the PI function – into the equivalent number of degrees:
DEGREES(2*PI()) -> 360