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Radian and Grad both are the Angle measurement unit. Compare values between unit Radian with other Angle measurement units. You can also calculate other Angle conversion units that are available on the select box, having on this same page.

To conversion value between Radian to Grad, just multiply the value by the conversion ratio. One Radian is equal to 63.662 Grad, so use this simple formula to convert -

The value in Grad is equal to the value of Radian multiplied by 63.662.

For calculation, here's how to convert 10 Radian to Grad using the formula above -

The radian is the SI unit for angle measurement and is the standard unit of angular measure used in many areas of mathematics. The abbreviation for radian is rad, c or r.
In trigonometry, a grad is a unit of angle measurement, defined as one-hundredth of the right angle. 1 grad is equal to 0.9 Degree or 16 Mil or 0.015708 Radian. The abbreviation for grad is "g".
The value in Grad is equal to the value of Radian multiplied by 63.662.

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