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Express each radian measure in degrees.

$- \pi$

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1 of 3Given in problem : $-\pi$

**We know that : $1\text{ radian}=\dfrac{180\degree}{\pi}$**

So to find the value of $-\pi$ in degree we will simply multiply the $-\pi$ radians by $\dfrac{180\degree}{\pi}$ degree. We have :

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