Before going to learn converting degrees to radians formula, let us recall what are degrees and radians. "Degrees" and "radians" are two different units of measuring angles.
1 degree is written as 1°.
1 radian is written as 1 (or) 1c.
i.e., if there is no unit after the measure of an angle, it means that it is in radians.
We know that one complete revolution (in the counter-clockwise direction) is 360° and it is equivalent to 2π in radians. i.e., 360° = 2π. From this, we get π = 180°. Let us learn the converting degrees to radians formula with a few solved examples in the end.
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