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how do you convert 3x10^3 rad to 10 min of arce

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π radians = 180° = 180*60 minutes of arc = 1080 minutes of arc
So every minute of arc equals
π/1080
= 0.000290888208666 radians approximately
10 minutes of arc
= 0.00290888208666 radians approx.
= 3*10^{3} approx.
To do the inverse conversion, divide the number of radians by 0.00029...
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