Adam D.

asked • 06/12/18

Radians to degrees

I am having a bit of a blank moment, when converting radians to degrees you know that, 2 x pi x radians = 360 degrees.
so that pi x radians  = 180 degrees. Which should mean that radians on its own is equal to 180/pi x degrees . However when you do the calculation and make the angle as 57.3 degrees which should be 1 radian you actually get 3283. So the correct equation should be radians = pi/180 x degrees. But I don't understand how you would get to that equation thank you using formulas. 

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