Use the below online Degree to Radian converter to convert an angle degree to radian:

Radian is a unit of measurement of an angle. Radian of one circle is the length of circumference divided by the radius or 2πr/r or 2π. Therefore a full circle has 2π radians which is equal to 360 degrees. Thus one radian is equal to 180/π degrees.

## Degree

Degree, usually denoted by the symbol °,is a unit of measurement of an angle measured in degrees where a full circle is 360 degrees. One degree equals 1/360 of a full circle.

## How to convert degree to radian

A full circle (360°) ≈ 2π radians
Therefore 1° = 2π/360 = π/180 radians (π = 3.14)

### Example 1:

Convert 15 degree to radian
1° = 0.01745 rad
Therefore, 15° = 15 * 0.01745 = 0.26175 rad

### Example 2:

Convert 50 degree to radian
1° = 0.01745 rad
Therefore, 50° = 50 * 0.01745 = 0.8725 rad

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0.01745
0.0349
0.05235
0.0698
0.08725
0.1047
0.12215
0.1396
0.15705
10°0.1745
11°0.19195
12°0.2094
13°0.22685
14°0.2443
15°0.26175
20°0.349
50°0.8725
100°1.745