Convert Circumference (circle, Common Units) to Slope Permille (‰, Slope (grade) Units)

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circumference (circle)
Common Units
slope permille (‰)
Slope (grade) units

This page features online conversion from circumference to slope permille. These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Common Units. The second one is from Slope (grade) Units.

If you need to convert circumference to another compatible unit, please pick the one you need on the page below. You can also switch to the converter for slope permille to circumference.

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Common Units

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circumference to circumference (circle)
circumference to sextant
circumference to radian (rad)
circumference to degree (deg)
circumference to degrees, minutes, seconds (d°m′s″)
circumference to grade (grad)
circumference to minute (′)
circumference to second (″)
Units: circumference (circle)  / sextant  / radian (rad)  / degree (deg)  / degrees, minutes, seconds (d°m′s″)  / grade (grad)  / minute (′)  / second (″)
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Slope (grade) units

Percentage grade is often used to show slopes in transportation (streets, roads), construction and civil enginering. Zero percent slope denotes a flat horizontal road. 100% slope marks a road that rise one length per one length run, i.e. has an angle of 45 degrees to a horizontal line. A vertical line has an infinite slope.
circumference to slope percent (%)
circumference to slope permille (‰)
Units: slope percent (%)  / slope permille (‰)
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circumference to nautical rhumb
Units: nautical rhumb
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These scales are used in some military sights and equipment. The name 'thousandth' is due to the fact the unit is close to 1/1000 of a radian.
circumference to Russian thousandth
circumference to German thousandth
circumference to Angular mil (NATO)
circumference to Angular mil (Sweden)
Units: Russian thousandth  / German thousandth  / Angular mil (NATO)  / Angular mil (Sweden)

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