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Convert Degrees to Radians

Please provide values below to convert degree [°] to radian [rad], or vice versa.

From: degree
To: radian
 

Definition: Degree
Degree (symbol: °) is an angular measurement unit, defined by a full rotation as 360 degrees. Degree is not an SI unit (International System of Units), but it is mentioned in the SI brochure as an accepted unit. Because a full rotation equals 2ϖ radians, one degree is equivalent to ϖ/180 radians.

Definition: Radian
Radian (symbol: rad) is the standard unit of angular measure. An angle's measurement in radians is numerically equal to the length of a corresponding arc of a unit circle. One radian is equal to 57.296 degrees.



Degree to Radian Conversion Table

Degree [°]Radian [rad]
0.01 °0.00017453292519943 rad
0.1 °0.0017453292519943 rad
1 °0.017453292519943 rad
2 °0.034906585039887 rad
3 °0.05235987755983 rad
5 °0.087266462599716 rad
10 °0.17453292519943 rad
20 °0.34906585039887 rad
50 °0.87266462599716 rad
100 °1.7453292519943 rad
1000 °17.453292519943 rad


How to Convert Degree to Radian

1 ° = 0.017453292519943 rad
1 rad = 57.295779513082 °

Example: convert 15 ° to rad:
15 ° = 15 × 0.017453292519943 rad = 0.26179938779915 rad



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