Degrees to Radians

1 degree is equal to 0.0174533 (or pi/180) radians. A degree is a unit used to measure the angle between and meridian and a reference meridian. Degrees are also used in identifying the angle between planes and the subdivisions of a circle. It is believed that the degree originated in ancient Babylonian culture. Radians are the base units used to measure angles in the SI system. It refers to the angle created in a circle by two radii sectioning off an arc length of a single radii in the circle. This converter can be used to convert any amount of BTU/hr to megawatts. Or convert any two units of measure with the PunchlistZero master converter.

Degrees Radians