# Degree minute To Radian day Converter

(deg min to rad day converter)

## Streamline Your Angle Conversions with Our Deg Min to Rad Day Tool

(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Discover the ease of converting degree minutes to radian days with Newtum's precision tool. Dive into the world of angle conversions and satisfy your curiosity with our intuitive converter.

### What are Degree minute and Radian day

Definition of Degree minute

A degree minute (arc minute, or minute of arc) is a unit of angular measurement equal to 1/60 of one degree. Since one degree is defined as 1/360 of a rotation, one minute of arc is 1/21,600 of a rotation, which can also be expressed as π/10,800 radians.

A radian day is a non-standard unit of angular velocity. It represents the angle turned, in radians, by a rotating object during one day. Given that a full rotation is 2π radians and a day consists of 24 hours, a radian day can be seen as 2π/24 radian per hour.

1' 0.000229
10' 0.002292
30' 0.006875
60' 0.013751
120' 0.027502
180' 0.041253
240' 0.055004
300' 0.068755
360' 0.082506
420' 0.096257

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### History of Degree minute and Radian day

A brief history of the Degree minute to Radian day Converter traces back to the fields of astronomy and navigation, where precision in angular measurements was crucial. Over time, the need to convert between different units of angle for various applications led to the development of tools like this converter.

### How to use Degree minute to Radian day Converter

• Enter the value in degree minutes into the designated input field.
• Click the 'Convert' button to initiate the conversion.
• The converted value in radian days will be displayed in the output field.
• Copy or note the result for your records or calculations.

### Real Life Applications of Degree minute to Radian day

The Degree minute to Radian day Converter is a pivotal tool in fields requiring the precise measurement and conversion of angular units.

• Astronomy: Calculating the position and movement of celestial bodies.
• Navigation: Assisting in the accurate plotting of courses in marine and aerial navigation.

### Solved Examples deg min to rad day

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To convert 15 degree minutes to radian days: