# Decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds

## Decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds

Can you convert decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds?
For example asin(.5555)=33.7452 so how many degrees seconds and minutes is that?
Do-able on the "smart" calculator.
Gaz

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## Re: Decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds

At the moment there isn't a way to do that in Smart Math Calculator. How important is this feature to you? If anybody else would like to see this feature please post your request as a reply to this forum topic.

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## Degrees, minutes,seconds

I do a lot of architectural detailing in CAD production drawings and it would be a handy feature for me. Yours is the only free calculator that I can sit on the Desktop for when ever I need it and it is good to use. All the other "free" calculators come with strings attached-trail period only etc.

Kind regards-Gaz

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## Re: Decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds

Glad to hear that my Smart Math Calculator was of help in your architectural projects. I shall add this feature in the next version (v2.1)

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## degrees minutes seconds input output sphere trigonometry

with out that option i can not do any calculation regard navigation.

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## Re: Decimal degrees to degrees, minutes and seconds

My apologies to all for not including this feature in version 2.1 of our calculator. We had to focus our effort of a few other features for which we had more demand. Hopefully this option will be available in v2.2.

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deg=int(m)=114
min=int(fraction(m)*60)=35
sec=int(fraction(fraction(m)*60)*60)=29

114.591559=114 deg +35min +29sec

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