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The proportionate Ratio between the length of an arc and its radius is used to define radian measure. In most areas of mathematics radian is considered as its standard unit for the measurements of the angle. “rad” is the symbol which is used for the representation of radian measures. For instance an angle of 1.5 radian can be written as “1.5 rad”.

One radian is equals to the angle subtended at the center of the Circle with help of an arc and it is equal in length with Radius of Circle. The magnitude in radian is an angle which equals to the ratio of radius of the circle to the Arc Length, such as θ (theta) = a / r; where ‘θ’ is subtended angle in the radian, ‘a’ is its arc length and ‘r’ is its radius. The magnitude in Radian Measure of the complete revolution i.e. 3600 will be the length of the whole circumference divided by the radius. This concludes 2∏ radian is equals to the 3600, which also means one radian will be equals to 180 / ∏ degrees.

Thus if we want to convert radian into degree we can multiply it by 1800 / ∏ or we can write it as:
Angle in degree = Angle in radian *(1800 / ∏).
We can even consider an example to understand it in a better way:
∏/2 rad = (∏/2) * (1800 / ∏) = 900,.

There are also several advantages in measuring in radians such as in Calculus and also other branches of mathematics which are beyond practical Geometry, radians are the pervasive measures of angle.

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