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# How to use the numpy.degrees function in Python

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## The numpy.degrees() function

The numpy.degrees() function in Python is a mathematical function that allows us to convert radians to degrees.

### Syntax

numpy.degrees(x,out=None)


### Parameters

• x: This represents the input array in radians.
• out: This represents where the result is stored.

### Return type

The numpy.degrees() function returns the corresponding array with degree values.

### Example

The following code shows us how to use the numpy.degrees() function in Python:

# import numpy
import numpy as np
import math

# create a list
arr = [0, math.pi/2,math.pi/6,8,math.pi/4 ]
print(f"Original array before the np.unwrap(): {arr}")
# compute the degree value for each element and store it
arr_degrees = np.degrees(arr)
print("After the np.degrees()")
print(arr_degrees)
The numpy.degrees function in Python

### Explanation

• Lines 2–3: We import the numpy and math libraries .

• Line 6: We create a list called arr.

• Line 7: We display the elements in the list arr.

• Line 9: We use the np.degrees() function to return the corresponding array with degree values.

• Lines 10–11: We display the result.

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