Angle Converter


An angle is an amount of turning required to bring one line or level into coincidence with or parallel to another. In simple words, an angle is an amount that one line or plane is turned away from another. Two major units for measuring angles are degrees and radians. A circle contains 360 degrees, which means that a line is 360 degrees from itself, which is 2π in radians.

What is the Angle Converter tool?

The Angle Converter tool helps convert different units of angle measures. It guarantees you accurate results within seconds. You no longer have to remember complex conversion formulas; now, the angle converter can carry out the work in the easiest way. It's equipped with eleven different units of angle measurement. These units have been explained with respect to the degrees below.

Degree to Radian


Degree to Degree


Degree to Minutes


Degree to Seconds


Degree to Sign


Degree to Octant


Degree to Sextant


Degree to Quadrant


Degree to Revolution


Degree to Gon


Degree to Mil



How to use the Energy Converter tool?

Follow the below-given procedure to obtain your required current:

  • Insert the value of the energy you need to convert.
  • Next, select the unit of the energy you have inserted.
  • Tap on calculate to obtain the result.

Why do you need the Angle Converter tool?

Conversion between the different units of angles is useful in academics. Exploring angles helps us understand things around us in various ways and allows us to apply new techniques to them. Angles are commonly analyzed in geometry and trigonometry, geography and mapping, and manufacturing.

Angles are involved in the construction of buildings, such as in classrooms, the floor, the entrance, the window, and other than that, railway tracks, the edges of sidewalks, labeling on the streets, zebra crossing on the roads, the surface of pineapple and strawberry fruit, staircase and railings, etc. are all constructed based on different angle measurements which is why the Angle Converter tool can be very useful for technical workers and different architects. Furthermore, some of them are also interconnected with fields such as physics and chemistry.


Q. How are angles measured?

A protractor measures A. Angles.

Q. Why is it important to measure angles?

Measuring angles help to boost structural understanding and the correspondence between numbers and measurements.