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Convert Degrees To Radians

Result

π/180 radians

Additional conversions

17.45 mrad (milliradians)

0.01111 quad (quadrants)

Comparisons as plane angle

 ≈ 0.25 × angle at which the Leaning Tower of Pisa leans ( 3.99000000000000000000867361737988403547205962240695953369140625° )

 ≈ angular width of the little finger held at arm's length ( 1° )

 ≈ 1.9 × angular diameter of the sun ( 0.52999999999999999997397914786034789358382113277912139892578125° )

Comparison as angular resolving power

 ≈ 60 × angular resolving power of the human eye ( 1' )

Visual representation for π/180 radians

Visual representation for π/180 radians

Equivalent angle

π/180 radians

Interpretations

plane angle

angular resolving power

Basic unit dimensions

[angle]

Corresponding quantities

Arc length s along the Earth's equator from s = Rθ:
 | 60.1077164110548523012766963802278041839599609375 nmi (nautical miles)
 | 69.170724713469326161430217325687408447265625 miles
 | 111.31949079327358731461572460830211639404296875 km (kilometers)
 | 111319.49079327358049340546131134033203125 meters

Arc length s around the Earth at 45° latitude from s = Rcos(45°)θ:
 | 42.5025738758948108397817122749984264373779296875 nmi (nautical miles)
 | 48.91108850448205913608035189099609851837158203125 miles
 | 78.714766818157187344695557840168476104736328125 km (kilometers)
 | 78714.766818157178931869566440582275390625 meters

Rotation count N from N = φ/(2π):
 | 0.0027777777777777778837886568652493224362842738628387451171875 rot (rotations)

Slope percentage from [slope percentage] = 100% × tan(θ):
 | 1.7455064928217585151770663287607021629810333251953125 slope% (slope percent)

Loss factor d from δ = tan^(-1)(d):
 | 0.017455064928217585429326419443896156735718250274658203125

Quality factor Q from δd = tan^(-1)(1/Q):
 | 57.28996163075942860132272471673786640167236328125

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