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To convert degrees to radians, take the number of degrees to be converted and multiply it by π/180. You can calculate this by converting both numbers into fractions. For example, to convert 120 degrees you would have 120 x π/180 = 120π/180. Once you’ve gotten your answer, simplify the radians.What is the formula for converting degrees to radians?
To convert a degree measurement to a radian measurement, multiply the angle by the conversion ratio. One degree is equal to 0.017453 radians, so use this simple formula to convert: radians = degrees × 0.017453.What is 180 degrees equivalent to in radians?
180 degrees equals 3.142 radians To convert any value in degrees to radians, just multiply the value in degrees by the conversion factor 0.017453292519943. So, 180 degrees times 0.017453292519943 is equal to 3.142 radians. All In One Unit ConverterWhen do I use radians and degrees?
In particular, rotational motion equations are almost always expressed using radians. The initial parameters of a problem might be in degrees, but you should convert these angles to radians before using them. You should use degrees when you are measuring angles using a protractor, or describing a physical picture .