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Q: How do you convert steradians into radian?

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There are 2*pi stradians or tau steradians in a hemisphere.

There is no "radian of a straight line", as far as I know. A radian is a unit of angular measurement - defined in such as way that a complete circle (also known as 360Â°) is equivalent to 2 x pi.

1 revolution = 2 x pi radians. Therefore, 1 radian = 1 / (2 x pi) revolutions.

No such conversion is possible. Feet are a measure of distance or linear displacement whereas a radian is a measure of angular displacement. The two measure different things and it is not possible to convert form one to the other.

On many calculators, the MODE key/button is to set the calculator into degrees or radian angle measurment, that is, when you enter a value, it and all further values you enter will then either be understood by the calculator as a degrees or radian value for an angle.

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-1.257 radian

0.3491 radian (rounded)

Because a radian is a far more versatile unit of measurement, especially in advanced mathematics.

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1 revolution = 2pi radians therefore; 1 radian = 1revolution/2 pi radians = 0.159154943 revolution

Degrees = (180/pi)*Radians

1 rotation/1 min * 1 min/60s * (2*Pi radian/1 rotation)

There are 2*pi stradians or tau steradians in a hemisphere.

The SI unit for measuring solid angles is a steradian : the stereo version of the 2-dimensional unit, the radian. The maximum value of a 3-d angle is 4*pi steradians which is approx equal to 41253 degrees.

Multiply the degree measure by (1/(180 times pi))

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