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wolfram alpha gives a different result if I type sin(40) or sin40 why is that?

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For whatever reason, Wolfram Alpha is interpreting the query without parentheses to be in degrees and the query with parentheses to be in radians. I can't seem to replicate this with other queries. How strange!

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