# Angle Conversion

## The Angle conversion tool includes common Angle units like radian, degree, gradian, arcminute, arcsecond.

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## About Angle Conversion

Degree (°): The degree is a unit of measurement for angles. A complete circle is divided into 360 degrees, where each degree represents 1/360th of a full rotation.

Radian (rad): The radian is a unit of measurement for angles based on the radius of a circle. It is defined as the angle subtended by an arc of length equal to the radius of the circle. A full circle is equal to 2π radians, where π (pi) is a mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159.

Gradian (grad): The gradian, also known as the gon, is a unit of measurement for angles. A complete circle is divided into 400 gradians, where each gradian represents 1/400th of a full rotation. The gradian is primarily used in some engineering and surveying applications.

Minute ('): The minute is a unit of measurement for angles, divided into 60 equal parts. Each minute is equal to 1/60th of a degree or 1/21,600th of a full rotation. Minutes are often used for precise measurements or coordinates in navigation and astronomy.

Second ("): The second is another unit of measurement for angles, further divided into 60 equal parts. Each second is equal to 1/60th of a minute, 1/3,600th of a degree, or 1/1,296,000th of a full rotation. Seconds are commonly used for fine measurements or precise calculations in various scientific and engineering fields.

When converting between angle units, you can use appropriate conversion formulas or factors specific to the units being converted. It is important to be aware of the specific conventions and applications of angle units when performing conversions.