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Q: How many degrees equal one radian?

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One radian is about 57.3 degrees

One radian is approximately equal to 57.2958 degrees. Therefore 2πrad is equal to 360 degrees, and πrad equals 180 degrees.

One radian is equal to roughly 57 degrees!

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

One degee = (pi/180)*radian

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One radian is about 57.3 degrees

One radian is approximately equal to 57.2958 degrees. Therefore 2πrad is equal to 360 degrees, and πrad equals 180 degrees.

One radian is equal to roughly 57 degrees!

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

One degee = (pi/180)*radian

It is the derived unit of plane angle and 1 radian = one full rotation/2π. Also, it is equal to 57.296°.

You do not convert. STERADIAN is a two dimensioal measurement RADIAN is a one dimensional measurement. Just as you cannot convert area into degrees (of angular measurement)

212 degrees

The obvious answer is 58 degrees. It is very close to one radian (57.3 degrees), which is an angle such that the length of the arc that it subtends is the same as the radius.

There are: 1/4 or a quarter of a turn is equal to 90 degrees

I am assuming your automatic grapher is a scientific calculator. What you do is turn on the calculator, push the "mode" button. Then look through all of the options. You should find one that says "Radian" and " Degrees". Radian is probably highlighted, click on degrees. Now your x-axis is changed.

Integers do not convert directly into radians. Only angular values may, such as degrees or grads. ex: 1x180 degrees = pi radians. 2x180 degrees = 2pi radians. Thusly an angle of 1 degree would be equal to pi/180 x 1 degree.

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