rad - Radian. Conversion Chart

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Common Units

To enter combined unit degrees, minutes, seconds you can type * or o instead of degree symbol °.
circumference (circle)
sextant
degree (deg)
degrees, minutes, seconds (d°m's")
grade (grad)
minute (')
second ('')
Units: circumference (circle)  / sextant  /  / 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.
slope percent (%)
slope permille (‰)
Units: slope percent (%)  / slope permille (‰)
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Nautical

nautical rhumb
Units: nautical rhumb
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Artillery

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.
Russian thousandth
German thousandth
Angular mil (NATO)
Angular mil (Sweden)
Units: Russian thousandth  / German thousandth  / Angular mil (NATO)  / Angular mil (Sweden)

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