## Circle to Grad (cir to ^{g})

### Circle (Symbol or Abbreviation: cir)

Circle is one of angle units. Circle abbreviated or symbolized by cir. The value of 1 circle is equal to 360 degree. In its relation with grad, 1 circle is equal to 400 grad.

#### Relation with other units

1 circle equals to **360 degree**

1 circle equals to **6.2832 radian**

1 circle equals to **400 grad**

1 circle equals to **21,600 minute**

1 circle equals to **1,296,000 second**

1 circle equals to **400 gon**

1 circle equals to **12 sign**

1 circle equals to **6,400 mil**

1 circle equals to **1 revolution**

1 circle equals to **1 turn**

1 circle equals to **4 quadrant**

1 circle equals to **4 right angle**

1 circle equals to **6 sextant**

### Grad (Symbol or Abbreviation: ^{g})

Grad is one of angle units. Grad abbreviated or symbolized by ^{g}.
The value of 1 grad is equal to 0.9 degree.
In its relation with circle, 1 grad is equal to 0.0025 circle.

#### Relation with other units

1 grad equals to **0.9 degree**

1 grad equals to **0.015708 radian**

1 grad equals to **54 minute**

1 grad equals to **3,240 second**

1 grad equals to **1 gon**

1 grad equals to **0.03 sign**

1 grad equals to **16 mil**

1 grad equals to **0.0025 revolution**

1 grad equals to **0.0025 circle**

1 grad equals to **0.0025 turn**

1 grad equals to **0.01 quadrant**

1 grad equals to **0.01 right angle**

1 grad equals to **0.015 sextant**

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How to convert Circle to Grad (cir to ^{g}):

#### Conversion Table for Circle to Grad (cir to ^{g})

circle (cir) | grad (^{g}) |
---|---|

0.01 cir | 4 ^{g} |

0.1 cir | 40 ^{g} |

1 cir | 400 ^{g} |

2 cir | 800 ^{g} |

3 cir | 1,200 ^{g} |

4 cir | 1,600 ^{g} |

5 cir | 2,000 ^{g} |

6 cir | 2,400 ^{g} |

7 cir | 2,800 ^{g} |

8 cir | 3,200 ^{g} |

9 cir | 3,600 ^{g} |

10 cir | 4,000 ^{g} |

20 cir | 8,000 ^{g} |

25 cir | 10,000 ^{g} |

50 cir | 20,000 ^{g} |

75 cir | 30,000 ^{g} |

100 cir | 40,000 ^{g} |

250 cir | 100,000 ^{g} |

500 cir | 200,000 ^{g} |

750 cir | 300,000 ^{g} |

1,000 cir | 400,000 ^{g} |

100,000 cir | 40,000,000 ^{g} |

1,000,000,000 cir | 400,000,000,000 ^{g} |

1,000,000,000,000 cir | 400,000,000,000,000 ^{g} |

#### Conversion Table for Grad to Circle (^{g} to cir)

grad (^{g}) |
circle (cir) |
---|---|

0.01 ^{g} |
0.000025 cir |

0.1 ^{g} |
0.00025 cir |

1 ^{g} |
0.0025 cir |

2 ^{g} |
0.005 cir |

3 ^{g} |
0.0075 cir |

4 ^{g} |
0.01 cir |

5 ^{g} |
0.0125 cir |

6 ^{g} |
0.015 cir |

7 ^{g} |
0.0175 cir |

8 ^{g} |
0.02 cir |

9 ^{g} |
0.0225 cir |

10 ^{g} |
0.025 cir |

20 ^{g} |
0.05 cir |

25 ^{g} |
0.0625 cir |

50 ^{g} |
0.125 cir |

75 ^{g} |
0.1875 cir |

100 ^{g} |
0.25 cir |

250 ^{g} |
0.625 cir |

500 ^{g} |
1.25 cir |

750 ^{g} |
1.875 cir |

1,000 ^{g} |
2.5 cir |

100,000 ^{g} |
250 cir |

1,000,000,000 ^{g} |
2,500,000 cir |

1,000,000,000,000 ^{g} |
2,500,000,000 cir |

#### Steps to Convert Circle to Grad (cir to ^{g})

- Example: Convert 60 circle to grad (60 cir to
^{g}). - 1 circle is equivalent to 400 grad (1 cir is equivalent to 400
^{g}). - 60 circle (cir) is equivalent to 60 times 400 grad (
^{g}). - Retrieved 60 circle is equivalent to 24000 grad (60 cir is equivalent to 24000
^{g}).