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 =
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