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How many point in 1 milliradian? The answer is 0.0050929581789407.
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The SI derived unit for angle is the radian.
1 radian is equal to 5.0929581789407 point, or 1000 milliradian.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of point to milliradian

1 point to milliradian = 196.34954 milliradian

2 point to milliradian = 392.69908 milliradian

3 point to milliradian = 589.04862 milliradian

4 point to milliradian = 785.39816 milliradian

5 point to milliradian = 981.7477 milliradian

6 point to milliradian = 1178.09725 milliradian

7 point to milliradian = 1374.44679 milliradian

8 point to milliradian = 1570.79633 milliradian

9 point to milliradian = 1767.14587 milliradian

10 point to milliradian = 1963.49541 milliradian

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## ››Definition: Point

The point used in navigation uses k = 32/2pi. 1 point = 1/32 full circle = 1/8 right angle = 11.25° = 12.5 gon. It is a binary subunit of the full circle. Naming all 32 points on a compass rose is boxing the compass.

## ››Definition: Mil

A milliradian, often called a mil or mrad, is an SI derived unit for angular measurement which is defined as a thousandth of a radian (0.001 radian).

Compass use of mils typically rounds 6283 to 6400 for simplification, but here we use the official definition.

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