Radians to Revolutions – Formulas and Examples

Radians to Revolutions – Formulas and Examples

Revolutions are a way of measuring complete turns in circles. Revolutions are used in various situations where an object makes a large number of turns and it is more convenient to measure the number of turns the object makes per minute or per second. For example,...
Revolutions to Radians – Formulas and Examples

Revolutions to Radians – Formulas and Examples

Radians are a way of measuring angles. Radians are mainly used when we want to perform advanced mathematical operations such as differential or integral calculus. This is because the radian has a relationship to the radius of the circle. On the other hand, revolutions...
Degrees to Radians – Formulas and Examples

Degrees to Radians – Formulas and Examples

Degrees and radians are the two most common types of units for measuring angles. Each of these units is suitable in different situations. Degrees are used in geometry as they allow us to measure an angle and indicate a direction. However, technically speaking, angles...
Radians to Degrees – Formulas and Examples

Radians to Degrees – Formulas and Examples

Radians and degrees are types of units for measuring angles. There are other types of units, but radians and degrees are the most used. Each of these units has its respective application. Radians are mainly used in differential and integral calculus. On the other...
Cartesian to Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Cartesian to Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical coordinates are written in the form (ρ, θ, φ), where, ρ represents the distance from the origin to the point, θ represents the angle with respect to the x-axis in the xy plane and φ represents the angle formed with respect to the z-axis. Spherical...
Cartesian to Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical to Cartesian coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical coordinates have the form (ρ, θ, φ), where, ρ is the distance from the origin to the point, θ is the angle in the xy plane with respect to the x-axis and φ is the angle with respect to the z-axis. These coordinates can be transformed to Cartesian coordinates...