How do you convert from 300 degrees to radians?
To do this conversion you have to think at what is a radian.
A radian is the angle that describes an arc of length equal to the radius.
To make our life easier let us make
But what is the connection with degrees?
Consider an entire circle. We know that it spans 360° but how many radians?
If you try to draw them on top of your circle you'll find that you need a little bit more than 6 of the slices of figure 1 to cover your entire circle, i.e. 6 radians and a bit.
To get the exact number consider that an entire circle is a closed arc of length
Now we have the key for our conversion:
if 360° is
if I have 300° I'll have
As a proportion:
If you want you can multiply the value of
Hope it helps