trig/sig figs
posted by carl .
There are 60" in 1', 60' in 1°, and 2π radians in 360°. Convert arcseconds into radians. KEep 6 significant figures.
If someone could help and walk me through this process, it would be soooo appreciated!

1 degree = pi/180 radians
1 arcsecond = 1/3600 degree
so, 1 arcsecond = pi/180 / 3600 = 4.8481368 * 10^6 radians
or, 0.00000484814
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