# Degrees to Radians Converter

Welcome to the Omni **degrees to radians converter,** a simple tool that assists you in converting degrees to radians.

Are you struggling with converting degrees to radians? Don't worry; you're definitely at the right place! Come along to learn what is a radian, **how to convert degrees to radians,** and how to use our handy converter!👩🏫

## How do I convert degrees to radians?

Let's start from the beginning - what is a radian? Radian (represented by the symbol rad) is a standard unit for measuring angles. **1 radian is approximately 57.2958 degrees.**

To convert **degrees to radians,** you can use the following formula:

`radians = π/180° × degrees`

For instance, if you were trying to determine what is a 90° angle in radians, you would compute the following calculations:

`radians = π/180° × 90° = π/2 rad ≈ 1.5708 rad`

Sounds cumbersome? Don't worry, Omni degrees to radians converter **will do all the work for you!**

## How does the degrees to radians converter work?

Now that you know how to turn degrees into radians, let's discuss how the **degree to radian calculator** works; it's pretty straightforward!

All you need to do is **enter the degree of your interest,** and the degree to radian calculator will **convert your input into radians.** By default, you can enter your angular unit as degrees, but you can also change the default unit and select the one that best fits your needs!

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## FAQ

### How do I turn degrees into radians?

To turn **degrees into radians:**

- Take the value in degrees, and multiply it by π/180°.
- That's all! You have converted degrees to radians.

To turn **radians into degrees:**

- Take the value in radians, and multiply it by 180°/π.
- Voila! You have converted radians to degrees.

### What is 360 degrees in radians?

360 degrees in radians is approximately **6.28319 rad** or **2 π rad.** If you want to convert degrees in radians, you should take the value in degrees and multiply it by π/180°.