Multiply by 2 pi = 6.28
0.159154943 is the conversion factor. So, -4.2 rad x 0.159154943 = -0.668450761 revolutions.
One revolution is 360 degrees or 2 pi radians ( full circle) So 13 rev = 13 x 60 degrees or 13 x 6.28 radians
Multiply the radians by 180/PI to convert to degrees.
the formula to convert degrees to radiansangle in radians = angle in degrees * Pi / 180 .
47.6925 deg = 83.24 radians.
(linear velocity) = (angular velocity) x radius All angles must be in radians - and angular velocity in radians / (some time unit), for example, radians/seconds. If you have other units, you must convert. For example, if you have 10 degrees a minute, you can multiply by (pi / 180) to convert to radians/minute. If you have revolutions per second, you can multiply by 2 x pi, to convert to radians per second. 1. You need circular motion for the conversion to work. If the motion is not circular, things are more complicated.
18 revolutions = 113.097 radians.
20 times pi There are 2 pi radians in one revolution.
1/2 revolution. A complete revolution is 2 x pi radians.
Angles can be measured in degrees, radians and revolutions.
I assume you want to convert from degrees to radians. To convert from degrees to radians, you multiply by (pi / 180).
One revolution = 360 degrees or 2pi radians
You can multiply the number of radians by 180/pi.
Revolutions per second, or degrees per second - but in advanced mathematics and physics, radians per second is often used. If you have revolutions per second, you can multiply with 2 pi to get radians per second.
Scroll down to related links and use the fine calculator "Convert radians to degrees and degrees to radians".
5 radians = 286 degrees.
That depends what the question is. To convert radians to degrees, you multiply by (180 / pi). To convert degrees to radians, you multiply by (pi / 180).
It is 95.5 radians.
In revolutions per minute (rpm), or radians per second.
multiply by 57.2958
Conversion: degrees x 0.017453 = radians