Welcome to 3π/2 radians in degrees, our post explaining the angle conversion from radian to degrees measure commonly used in trigonometric functions.

The arc length of (1+1/2)×π in a circle, that is the angle in radians, is usually abbreviated as 3π/2 rad, and degrees are commonly written with the degree symbol °.

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So, if you have been looking for 3π/2 rad in deg or 3π/2 rad to °, then you are right here, too, because these are two common short forms for the unit transformation under consideration.

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## Convert 3π/2 Radians to Degrees

Divide the angle in rad by π, then multiply the term by 180° using the formula deg = ([3π/2] / π) × 180°. Thus, you get (rounded to ten decimal places):

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Here’s all about negative 3π/2 radians in degrees , including the formula and a converter.

Make sure to check out the additional information regarding the result notation of radians into degrees right below the image.

Note that (the result) 270 degrees, 270 degrees of arc, 270 arc degrees, as well as 270 arcdegrees are full spelling variants for 270° (degree measure).

Similar radian to degrees conversions in this category include, for example:
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### What is 3π/2 radians in terms of pi?

An angle of 3π/2 radians cuts off an arc of length 3π/2r when placed at the center of a circle with the radius r; the relationship with pi can only be determined if the angle in degrees is known: 3π/2 rad = degrees / 180° x pi.

### What is the angle measure of 3π/2 radians?

3π/2 exact radians is equal to 3π/2 / π × 180° = 270°.

### How many degrees in 3π/2 radians?

3π/2 rad = 3π/2 / π × 180° = 270 degrees.

### What’s bigger 3π/2radian or 3π/2 degree?

A circle has a little more than six radians, yet 360 degrees. Thus, 3π/2 radians much bigger than 3π/2 degrees.

### What is 3π/2 radians converted to degrees?

3π/2 radians converted to degrees equals 270 degrees.

### How to convert 3π/2 radians to degrees?

To convert 3π/2 radians to degrees divide the angle in radians by pi, then multiply the term by 180°: degreees = 3π/2/ π × 180°.

Because each quadrant has π/2 radians we divide 3π/2 by π/2 = 3, then round this term modulo 4 up to nearest whole number between 1 and 4: 3. Thus, 3π/2 rad lies quadrantal on the negative y-axis because 3π/2 divided by pi/2 equals 3 exactly.

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Next is our chart with angles close to 3π/2 rad and their equivalent in °.

## Table

This chart contains angles around 3π/2 rad.

## Summary

You have reached the concluding section of our information about (1+1/2)×π rad to deg.

The radian measure is the standard unit of measure in the areas of math involving a circle like the sine and cosine function, just to name two trigonometric functions.

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If you have found our post searching for 3π/2 radian to degrees or a similar term, then you have gotten your answer as well: 3π/2 rad ⇔ 270°.