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Convert 30 Degrees to Radians


Here we will show you how to convert 30 Degrees to radians.

30 Degrees is a measurement of an angle. Radians is the ratio of the arc length to the radius of a circle. See Figure 1.

On this page, we put 30 Degrees into our formula to calculate the radians.

The formula for converting degrees to radians is as follows:

Radians = (π / 180) x Degrees

If we put 30 Degrees into our formula we get: (π / 180) x 30 =

0.523598775598299


30 Degrees is not the only number of degrees we have converted to radians. To convert another number of degrees, simply enter it below and press "Degrees to Radians".




Extra credit: Many people also want to know what 30 Degrees is in radians expressed in terms of Pi. The math would be (30/180)π and the answer is as follows: 0.1667π



Figure 1

This page shows how to convert an 30 degree angle to radians, where radians is the ratio of the arc length to the radius of the circle. Although not the correct dimensions, the figure above shows the parts of the circle and triangle we are working with.




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