Converting 225 Degrees to Radians: How-To & Steps


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What is the conversion factor to go from degrees to radians?

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1. What is the radian equivalent of 225 degrees?

2. What is the radian equivalent of 180 degrees?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet aim to test your ability to accurately convert degrees to radians. See if you understand what radians represent and how to find the radian measure equivalent to a given degree measure.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz to:

  • Find the radian equivalent of two different degree measures
  • Select what the radian unit measures
  • Identify the correct degree-to-radian conversion factor

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - practice converting degrees to radians beginning with various degree measures
  • Distinguishing differences - use your conversion skills to determine the relationship between given degree and radian measures
  • Information recall - remember important mathematical facts related to degrees and radians, such as the conversion factor used to move from the former unit to the latter

Additional Learning

For additional practice with degree-to-radian conversions, review the lesson entitled Converting 225 Degrees to Radians: How-To & Steps. In this lesson, you'll read about:

  • A real-world situation which requires degree-to-radian conversion
  • How this conversion factor was mathematically derived
  • Checking to verify that your radian conversions are correct