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-1.257 radian

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.

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-1.257 radian

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.

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.

A radian.

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It is a measure of the extent of angular displacement - a measure of an angle.

Degrees = (180/pi)*Radians