How to Convert Degrees to Percent Slope?

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The formula used for the conversion of degrees to percentage is 'Percentage = [ Tan ( Degrees ) ] x 100'. Conversely, this formula can also be used to convert percentage into degrees. Slope is then determined form the formula 'tan (10 degrees)'.
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