# defining the (cw/ccw) in radians (pos/neg) [closed]

    **deg°  0.0  32.9       /-32.9


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• Yes, negative radians, just like degrees means a clockwise turn. – Michael Burr Dec 18 '15 at 22:57

We usually associate $x$ degrees to an anticlockwise rotation if $x$ is positive and to a clockwise rotation if $x$ is negative. The same applies to radians, with the relation $180$ degrees equals $\pi$ radians.
• why can i convert this neg deg into a neg rad ? float deg = −3.5; i get this when i try to run this deg as a float ,whats the issue? i have calculated a float negative deg = -144.3; but i cant do −3.5? processing.app.SketchException: unexpected char: '\' – Frank Dec 19 '15 at 19:07