Formula Used
1 Radian per Square Second = 57.2957795130931 Degree per Square Second
1 Radian per Square Second = 0.1591549431 Revolution per Square Second
1 Degree per Square Second = 0.00277777777791871 Revolution per Square Second

## Degree per Square Seconds to Revolution per Square Seconds Conversion

deg/s² stands for degree per square seconds and r/s² stands for revolution per square seconds. The formula used in degree per square seconds to revolution per square seconds conversion is 1 Degree per Square Second = 0.00277777777791871 Revolution per Square Second. In other words, 1 degree per square second is 360 times smaller than a revolution per square second. To convert all types of measurement units, you can used this tool which is able to provide you conversions on a scale.

## Convert Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second

How to convert degree per square second to revolution per square second? In the angular acceleration measurement, first choose degree per square second from the left dropdown and revolution per square second from the right dropdown, enter the value you want to convert and click on 'convert'. Want a reverse calculation from revolution per square second to degree per square second? You can check our revolution per square second to degree per square second converter.

How to convert Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second?
The formula to convert Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second is 1 Degree per Square Second = 0.00277777777791871 Revolution per Square Second. Degree per Square Second is 357.142857142857 times Smaller than Revolution per Square Second. Enter the value of Degree per Square Second and hit Convert to get value in Revolution per Square Second. Check our Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second converter. Need a reverse calculation from Revolution per Square Second to Degree per Square Second? You can check our Revolution per Square Second to Degree per Square Second Converter.
How many Radian per Square Second is 1 Degree per Square Second?
1 Degree per Square Second is equal to 0.0028 Radian per Square Second. 1 Degree per Square Second is 357.142857142857 times Smaller than 1 Radian per Square Second.
How many Radian per Square Minute is 1 Degree per Square Second?
1 Degree per Square Second is equal to 0.0028 Radian per Square Minute. 1 Degree per Square Second is 357.142857142857 times Smaller than 1 Radian per Square Minute.
How many Revolution per Square Second is 1 Degree per Square Second?
1 Degree per Square Second is equal to 0.0028 Revolution per Square Second. 1 Degree per Square Second is 357.142857142857 times Smaller than 1 Revolution per Square Second.
How many Revolution per Square Minute is 1 Degree per Square Second?
1 Degree per Square Second is equal to 0.0028 Revolution per Square Minute. 1 Degree per Square Second is 357.142857142857 times Smaller than 1 Revolution per Square Minute.

## Degree per Square Seconds to Revolution per Square Seconds Converter

Units of measurement use the International System of Units, better known as SI units, which provide a standard for measuring the physical properties of matter. Measurement like angular acceleration finds its use in a number of places right from education to industrial usage. Be it buying grocery or cooking, units play a vital role in our daily life; and hence their conversions. unitsconverters.com helps in the conversion of different units of measurement like deg/s² to r/s² through multiplicative conversion factors. When you are converting angular acceleration, you need a Degree per Square Seconds to Revolution per Square Seconds converter that is elaborate and still easy to use. Converting Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second is easy, for you only have to select the units first and the value you want to convert. If you encounter any issues to convert, this tool is the answer that gives you the exact conversion of units. You can also get the formula used in Degree per Square Second to Revolution per Square Second conversion along with a table representing the entire conversion.

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