Q: What is a radian of 30 degrees?

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A radian is 180/pi degrees, or about 57 degrees

A radian is exactly 180 / pi degrees, approximately 57.30 degrees.

There are PI (3.14 approximately) radians in 180 degrees therefore in 30 degrees there are:- PI x 30 /180 radians

A radian is an arc of the circumference of a circle and it is about 57.3 degrees.

radian = 180/2pi degrees

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One radian is about 57.3 degrees

A radian is 180/pi degrees, or about 57 degrees

A radian is exactly 180 / pi degrees, approximately 57.30 degrees.

There are PI (3.14 approximately) radians in 180 degrees therefore in 30 degrees there are:- PI x 30 /180 radians

A radian is an arc of the circumference of a circle and it is about 57.3 degrees.

One radian = 180/pi or about 57.3 degrees (pi = about 3.14).

For every 360 degrees, there are 2 pi radians. Therefore, there are about 57.2958 degrees for every radian.

radian = 180/2pi degrees

-1.257 radian

1 radian = 360/tau (or 180/pi) degrees.

-120 degrees = ~-2.0944 radians

1 degree = pi*radian/180 So therefore 15 times pi*radian/180 = pi*radian/12