## Gradians

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

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rad =

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63.662

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

rad =

g

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63.662

The radian is an SI derived unit of angle, commonly used in maths and engineering. A radian measures approx. 56.296 degrees (when the arc length is equal to the radius).

Gradians | Radians |
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0g | 0.00rad |

1g | 0.02rad |

2g | 0.03rad |

3g | 0.05rad |

4g | 0.06rad |

5g | 0.08rad |

6g | 0.09rad |

7g | 0.11rad |

8g | 0.13rad |

9g | 0.14rad |

10g | 0.16rad |

11g | 0.17rad |

12g | 0.19rad |

13g | 0.20rad |

14g | 0.22rad |

15g | 0.24rad |

16g | 0.25rad |

17g | 0.27rad |

18g | 0.28rad |

19g | 0.30rad |