Monday, September 25, 2023

Radians to Degrees Conversion

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  1. Radians to Degrees  

Radians may be defined as the formal unit of angular measure. It is a derived unit in the International System of Units. An angle’s measurement in radians is numerically equivalent to the length of a corresponding arc of a unit circle. One radian is equivalent to 180/π (~57.296) degrees.

The degree may be defined as the is a unit of angular measurement, a full rotation of 360 degrees.  Because a full rotation is equivalent 2π radians, one degree is equal to π/180 radians. Although a degree is not an SI (International System of Units) unit, it is a taken unit within the SI brochure.


Radians (rad) in π Terms Radians (rad) Degrees (°)
0 rad 0 rad
π/6 rad 0.5235987756 rad 30°
π/4 rad 0.7853981634 rad 45°
π/3 rad 1.0471975512 rad 60°
π/2 rad 1.5707963268 rad 90°
2π/3 rad 2.0943951024 rad 120°
3π/4 rad 2.3561944902 rad 135°
5π/6 rad 2.6179938780 rad 150°
π rad 3.1415926536 rad 180°
3π/2 rad 4.7123889804 rad 270°
2π rad 6.2831853072 rad 360°





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Er. Madhu Krishna Poudel
Er. Madhu Krishna Poudel
He is a founder and lead author of Dream Civil International and his civil engineering research articles has been taken as source by world's top news and educational sites like USA Today, Time, The richest, Wikipedia, etc.
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