## Radians

The angle made by taking the radius of a circle and wrapping it along the circle's edge. Therefore 1 Radian is equal to (180/π) degrees

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rad * 63.662

Radians | Gradians |
---|---|

0rad | 0.00g |

1rad | 63.66g |

2rad | 127.32g |

3rad | 190.99g |

4rad | 254.65g |

5rad | 318.31g |

6rad | 381.97g |

7rad | 445.63g |

8rad | 509.30g |

9rad | 572.96g |

10rad | 636.62g |

11rad | 700.28g |

12rad | 763.94g |

13rad | 827.61g |

14rad | 891.27g |

15rad | 954.93g |

16rad | 1018.59g |

17rad | 1082.25g |

18rad | 1145.92g |

19rad | 1209.58g |

Radians | Gradians |
---|---|

20rad | 1273.24g |

21rad | 1336.90g |

22rad | 1400.56g |

23rad | 1464.23g |

24rad | 1527.89g |

25rad | 1591.55g |

26rad | 1655.21g |

27rad | 1718.87g |

28rad | 1782.54g |

29rad | 1846.20g |

30rad | 1909.86g |

31rad | 1973.52g |

32rad | 2037.18g |

33rad | 2100.85g |

34rad | 2164.51g |

35rad | 2228.17g |

36rad | 2291.83g |

37rad | 2355.49g |

38rad | 2419.16g |

39rad | 2482.82g |

Radians | Gradians |
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40rad | 2546.48g |

41rad | 2610.14g |

42rad | 2673.80g |

43rad | 2737.47g |

44rad | 2801.13g |

45rad | 2864.79g |

46rad | 2928.45g |

47rad | 2992.11g |

48rad | 3055.77g |

49rad | 3119.44g |

50rad | 3183.10g |

51rad | 3246.76g |

52rad | 3310.42g |

53rad | 3374.08g |

54rad | 3437.75g |

55rad | 3501.41g |

56rad | 3565.07g |

57rad | 3628.73g |

58rad | 3692.39g |

59rad | 3756.06g |

The angle made by taking the radius of a circle and wrapping it along the circle's edge. Therefore 1 Radian is equal to (180/π) degrees

g =

rad * 63.662

The gradian is an angular unit equal to 1⁄400 of a turn, or 9⁄10 of a degree