How do you convert degrees to percent slope?

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Degrees can be converted to percent slope by using the tan function in a calculator. The exact process to convert degrees to percent slope is tan (insert degree) then multiply the result by 100 to obtain the percent slope. This gives the decimal equivalent of the degree slope.
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