## 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 * 3437.7

Radians | Minutes (angular) |
---|---|

0rad | 0.00′ |

1rad | 3437.75′ |

2rad | 6875.49′ |

3rad | 10313.24′ |

4rad | 13750.99′ |

5rad | 17188.73′ |

6rad | 20626.48′ |

7rad | 24064.23′ |

8rad | 27501.97′ |

9rad | 30939.72′ |

10rad | 34377.47′ |

11rad | 37815.21′ |

12rad | 41252.96′ |

13rad | 44690.71′ |

14rad | 48128.46′ |

15rad | 51566.20′ |

16rad | 55003.95′ |

17rad | 58441.70′ |

18rad | 61879.44′ |

19rad | 65317.19′ |

Radians | Minutes (angular) |
---|---|

20rad | 68754.94′ |

21rad | 72192.68′ |

22rad | 75630.43′ |

23rad | 79068.18′ |

24rad | 82505.92′ |

25rad | 85943.67′ |

26rad | 89381.42′ |

27rad | 92819.16′ |

28rad | 96256.91′ |

29rad | 99694.66′ |

30rad | 103132.40′ |

31rad | 106570.15′ |

32rad | 110007.90′ |

33rad | 113445.64′ |

34rad | 116883.39′ |

35rad | 120321.14′ |

36rad | 123758.88′ |

37rad | 127196.63′ |

38rad | 130634.38′ |

39rad | 134072.13′ |

Radians | Minutes (angular) |
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40rad | 137509.87′ |

41rad | 140947.62′ |

42rad | 144385.37′ |

43rad | 147823.11′ |

44rad | 151260.86′ |

45rad | 154698.61′ |

46rad | 158136.35′ |

47rad | 161574.10′ |

48rad | 165011.85′ |

49rad | 168449.59′ |

50rad | 171887.34′ |

51rad | 175325.09′ |

52rad | 178762.83′ |

53rad | 182200.58′ |

54rad | 185638.33′ |

55rad | 189076.07′ |

56rad | 192513.82′ |

57rad | 195951.57′ |

58rad | 199389.31′ |

59rad | 202827.06′ |

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

′ =

rad * 3437.7

A minute of arc, also known as arcminute is an unit of angle equal to 1⁄60 of a degree, or 1⁄21600 of a circle . It is used in fields that involve very small angles such as optometry, navigation and marksmanship.