# how do we relate the angles in radians and a real no.?

Ankit Jaiswal
165 Points
6 years ago
Hi ayush,
the main thing to know about is that
$\pi$radian = 180$\degree$
and hence
1$\degree$ = $\pi$/180 radian and hence x$\degree$ = x*$\pi$/180 radian
also
1 radian =180/ $\pi$$\degree$ and x radian =x*180/ $\pi$$\degree$
now the value of $\pi$ $\approx$ 3.14 or 22/7
on substituting the value of pi i the above equation u can change degree and radians into real no.
I hope this helps
thanks
Ankit Jaiswal
13 Points
6 years ago

Hi ayush
this question is prety easy
$\pi$radian = 180$\degree$
and hence
1$\degree$ = $\pi$/180 radian and hence x$\degree$ = x*$\pi$/180 radian
also
1 radian =180/ $\pi$$\degree$ and x radian =x*180/ $\pi$$\degree$
now the value of $\pi$ $\approx$ 3.14 or 22/7
on substituting the value of pi i the above equation u can change degree and radians into real no.
I hope this helps
thanks