Radian values are used to represent a relation among the Arc Length and its radius. For example: Suppose we have the measure of angle equals to 9.2 radian then we can write it as 9.2 c. Now we will see how to convert degrees to radians step by step. Formula to convert degree to radians is mentioned below:
Degree = radian * 180 / n,
Now we will see how to convert degrees to radians in detail. We will see it with help of an example:
For example: We have some values given in degrees
(a) 2700 (b) 2100 (c) 3000 (d) 1350 (e) 7200 (f) 4500 (g) 360 (h) 720 (g) 400, we have to convert these degrees into radians?
Let’s see process of converting degrees to radians:
(a) 2700 – To convert this number to radian first we will break it into two parts and then we will write it into radian. It can be written as: 3 . 90P = 3π / 2,
(b) 2100 – Break the number in appropriate parts and then change it into radian form. So it can be written as: 7 . 300 = 7 . π / 6 = 7 π / 6.
(c) 3000 in radian form can be written as: 5 . 600 = 5 . π / 3,
(d) 1350 can be written as: 3 . 450 = 3 . π / 4 = 3 π / 4,
(e) 7200 can be written as: 2 . 3600 = 2 . 2 π = 4 π,
(f) 4500 can be written as: 5 . 900 = 5 . π / 2 = 5 π / 2.
(g) 360 can be written as tenth part of 360 degree or 2π / 10 = π / 5.
This is how we convert degree to radian.