A radian is 180/pi degrees, or about 57 degrees
A full circle is either 360 degrees, or 2 x pi radians, so the exact conversion factor is: 1 radian = 180/pi degrees
A radian is a degree of measure where an entire circle is set equal to 2 x pi. If you use degrees, the circle is equal to 360 degrees. Therefore, each radian is equal to 180 / pi degrees, or about 57.30 degrees. Since milli means thousandths, a milliradian is about 0.05730 degrees.
One radian = 180/pi or about 57.3 degrees (pi = about 3.14).
180/pi, just over 57 degrees.
180 degrees divided by pi, or roughly 57.3 degrees.
A radian is exactly 180 / pi degrees, approximately 57.30 degrees.
Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, about 3.14159. Pi radians is equal to 180 degrees.
Degrees* pi /180
1 degree = pi*radian/180 So therefore 15 times pi*radian/180 = pi*radian/12