## Convert degree to full circle

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How many degree in 1 full circle? The answer is 360.
We assume you are converting between degree and full circle.
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The SI derived unit for angle is the radian.
1 radian is equal to 57.295779513082 degree, or 0.1591549430919 full circle.
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## Quick conversion chart of degree to full circle

1 degree to full circle = 0.00278 full circle

10 degree to full circle = 0.02778 full circle

50 degree to full circle = 0.13889 full circle

100 degree to full circle = 0.27778 full circle

200 degree to full circle = 0.55556 full circle

500 degree to full circle = 1.38889 full circle

1000 degree to full circle = 2.77778 full circle

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## Definition: Degree

A degree (or in full degree of arc), usually symbolized by the symbol °, is a measurement of plane angles, or of a location along a great circle of a sphere (such as the Earth or the celestial sphere), representing 1/360 of a full rotation.

## Definition: Full circle

The full circle or full turn or cycle or rotation or revolution uses k = 1/2pi, making the angle of 1 full circle = 2pi rad = 4 right angles = 400 gon = 360°.

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