Trigonometry: Conversion Between Degrees and Radians
This is a free lesson from our course in Trigonometry
 
   
In this lesson you'll learn with the help of several examples and video explanation by instructor in own hand writing, how to convert degrees and radians or from radians to degrees.
  • To convert from radians to degrees, multiply the radian measure by 180/. The formula to convert radians to degrees is
      (, radians) x (180/) = (, degrees)
    For example, /4 is equivalent to 45. (Scroll down to read more)
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<h2>Trigonometry - Conversion Between Degrees and Radians</h2> <p>convert, degree, radian, conversion, formula, video, measure, example, trigonometry, conversion between degrees and radians, solution, radian to degree conversion, degree conversion formula, radians and degree, radian conversion, practice questions, quizzes</p> <p>To convert from radians to degrees, multiply the radian measure by 180 degree/pi. To convert degrees to radians, multiply the degrees measure by pi/180 degree.</p>
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(Continued from above)
  • To convert from degrees to radians, multiply the degrees measure by /180. The formula to convert degrees to radians is
    (, degrees) x (/180) = (, radians)
    For example, 240 is equivalent to 4/3 radians.
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