Radian facts for kids
A "milliradian" is 1/1000 of a radian.
Who uses radians?
Most people who do mathematics or physics use radians, rather than degrees, because some kinds of calculations are simpler when using radians rather than degrees.
This unit of measurement is often used in the universe of the popular video game Mass Effect in relations to physics.
1 radian is equal to about 57.3°. There are 2π radians (about 6.28 radians) in a full circle. The formula for turning radians to degrees and vice versa is:
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