1 rad/s is equivalent to 57.2958 degree*s⁻¹
Formula Used

The abbreviation for rad/s and degree*s⁻¹ is radian/second and degree/second respectively. 1 rad/s is 57 times bigger than a degree*s⁻¹. To measure, units of measurement are needed and converting such units is an important task as well. unitsconverters.com is an online conversion tool to convert all types of measurement units including rad/s to degree*s⁻¹ conversion.

Check our radian/second to degree*s⁻¹ converter and click on formula to get the conversion factor. When you are converting angular velocity from radian/second to degree*s⁻¹, you need a converter that is elaborate and still easy to use. All you have to do is select the unit for which you want the conversion and enter the value and finally hit Convert.

The formula used to convert rad/s to degree/second is 1 radian/second = 57.29577951308 degree/second. Measurement is one of the most fundamental concepts. Note that we have revolution/second as the biggest unit for length while radian/week is the smallest one.

How to convert rad/s to degree*s⁻¹? Now you can do rad/s to degree*s⁻¹ conversion with the help of this tool. In the length measurement, first choose rad/s from the left dropdown and degree*s⁻¹ from the right dropdown, enter the value you want to convert and click on 'convert'. Want a reverse calculation from degree*s⁻¹ to rad/s? You can check our degree*s⁻¹ to rad/s converter.