radian = 180/2pi degrees
The radian measure IS the arc length of the unit circle, by definition - that is how the radian is defined in the first place.
It is a measure of the extent of angular displacement - a measure of an angle.
72 degrees = 1.256637 radians.
An interior angle of a regular octagon is 45 degrees. The exterior angles measure 315 degrees.
An angle of 315 degrees is a reflex angle
x*pi / 180 -420*3.14 / 180 = -7.33
It is 420/180*pi radians = 2.33... *pi radians or 7.3304 radians (approx).
Well, a radian is a measure of angle. A meter is a measure of length. You cannot convert a radian to a meter without having more data. If, for example, you ask how long is the arc of a circle whose radius is one meter and whose angle is two radians, the answer is two meters.
A unit of angular measure equal to the angle subtended at the center of a circle by an arc equal in length to the radius of the circle, approximately 57°17'44.6"
To get radian measure of angle given in degrees, multiple the measure in degrees by PI/180. Example: 60 deg = 60 * PI/180 rad = 1.047 rad.
Meter is a unit of length. Radian is a unit of angle. They don't relate.
They are both units in the measure of an angle. There are 360 degrees in a full turn of a circle. There are 2 pi (radian measure) in a full turn of a circle.
it is used as an degree. It is an unit of angle.
a reflex angle
One radian is equal to roughly 57 degrees!
Degree measure is based off of a division of 360 degrees in a circle. Radian measure is based off of a division of 2PI in a full circle.
It is 10/18 = 0.55... radians.
360-45=315 degrees * * * * * The question is about the exterior angle and THAT is 45 degrees.