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  1. Sorry If this question is already answered or is way too noob.... I am a novice programmer and I dont really know how to get Degrees/second mpu.getRotation(&gx, &gy, &gz); gyroRoll = gx/131.0; gyroPitch = gy/131.0; gyroYaw = gz/131.0; Is this correct ? Does my gyroRoll, gyroPitch, gyroYaw give values in degrees/second? I want the values to use in my quadcopter code... Also I didnt change any default sensitivity in my MPU6050. Actually I am using Hextronik Nanowii V01 flight controller which is Arduino Leonardo. Also I got another doubt, Is ± 250 °/s more sensitive to changes and give wider range of raw values and ± 2000 °/s is less sensitive to changes and gives narrow range of raw values??? Sorry if these questions are way too noob, I just cant confirm anywhere the above assumptions that I have made.
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