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Okay, so we typically working radiance and calculus.
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But what if we decided to work in degrees?
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We know that fate a radiance is equal to pi
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over 1 80 tons x degrees. So if we
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had the function y equals sine data, we could
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think of it as why equals the sign of pi
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over 1 80 times X. Now, suppose we
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wanted to find its derivative. We would need to
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use the chain rule. The derivative of the outside
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would be co sign so we would have co sign
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of pi over 1 80 times X times the derivative
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of the inside and the derivative of the inside would
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be pi over 1 80 Now, if we went
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back and placed the pi over 1 80 in the
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beginning of the expression and then if we substituted Fada
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back in here for pi over 1 80 times X
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, we would have pi over 1 80 times a
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co sign of data. So this is much more
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complicated as a derivative than if we just use radiance