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This is a 0 degree angle.
This angle has a radian measurement of (0π). Or: 0
This is a 30 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: We have one 30 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (π / 6). Or about: (π / 6) ≈ (3.142 / 6) ≈ 0.524
This is a 45 degree angle.
Since: Every 45 degree angle is equal to (π / 4) radians. And since: We have one 45 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (π / 4). Or about: (π / 4) ≈ (3.142 / 4) ≈ 0.785
This is a 60 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Two 30 degree angles equal a 60 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (2(π / 6)) or (2π / 6) or (π / 3). Or about: (π / 3) ≈ (3.142 / 3) ≈ 1.047
This is a 90 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Three 30 degree angles equal a 90 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (3(π / 6)) or (3π / 6) or (π / 2). Or about: (π / 2) ≈ (3.142 / 2) ≈ 1.571
This is a 120 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Four 30 degree angles equal a 120 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (4(π / 6)) or (4π / 6) or (2π / 3). Or about: (2π / 3) ≈ (2(3.142) / 3) ≈ 2.094
This is a 135 degree angle.
Since: Every 45 degree angle is equal to (π / 4) radians. And since: Three 45 degree angles equal a 135 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (3(π / 4)) or (3π / 4). Or about: (3π / 4) ≈ (3(3.142) / 4) ≈ 2.356
This is a 150 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Five 30 degree angles equal a 150 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (5(π / 6)) or (5π / 6). Or about: (5π / 6) ≈ (5(3.142) / 6) ≈ 2.618
This is a 180 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Six 30 degree angles equal a 180 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (6(π / 6)) or (6π / 6) or (π). Or about: (π) ≈ 3.142
This is a 210 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Seven 30 degree angles equal a 210 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (7(π / 6)) or (7π / 6). Or about: (7π / 6) ≈ (7(3.142) / 6) ≈ 3.665
This is a 225 degree angle.
Since: Every 45 degree angle is equal to (π / 4) radians. And since: Five 45 degree angles equal a 225 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (5(π / 4)) or (5π / 4). Or about: (5π / 4) ≈ (5(3.142) / 4) ≈ 3.927
This is a 240 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Eight 30 degree angles equal a 240 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (8(π / 6)) or (8π / 6) or (4π / 3). Or about: (4π / 3)) ≈ (4(3.142) / 3)) ≈ 4.189
This is a 270 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Nine 30 degree angles equal a 270 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (9(π / 6)) or (9π / 6) or (3π / 2). Or about: (3π / 2) ≈ (3(3.142) / 2) ≈ 4.712
This is a 300 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Ten 30 degree angles equal a 300 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (10(π / 6)) or (10π / 6) or (5π / 3). Or about: (5π / 3) ≈ (5(3.142) / 3) ≈ 5.236
This is a 315 degree angle.
Since: Every 45 degree angle is equal to (π / 4) radians. And since: Seven 45 degree angles equal a 315 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (7(π / 4)) or (7π / 4). Or about: (7π / 4) ≈ (7(3.142) / 4) ≈ 5.498
This is a 330 degree angle.
Since: Every 30 degree angle is equal to (π / 6) radians. And since: Eleven 30 degree angles equal a 330 degree angle. This angle has a radian measurement of (11(π / 6)) or (11π / 6). Or about: (11π / 6) ≈ (11(3.142) / 6) ≈ 5.760 