# angle units conversion

**Amount:** 1 cycle (360°) of angle

**Equals:** 1.00 revolutions (rev) in angle

Converting **cycle** to **revolutions** value in the angle units scale.

TOGGLE : from revolutions into cycles in the other way around.

CONVERT : between other angle measuring units - complete list.

How many revolutions are in 1 cycle? The answer is: 1 360° equals 1.00 rev

## 1.00 rev is converted to 1 of what?

The revolutions unit number 1.00 rev converts to 1 360°, one cycle. **It is the EQUAL angle value of 1 cycle but in the revolutions angle unit alternative.**

360°/rev angle conversion result | ||||

From | Symbol | Equals | Result | Symbol |

1 | 360° | = | 1.00 | rev |

## Conversion chart - *cycles* to *revolutions*

1 cycle to revolutions = 1.00 rev

2 cycles to revolutions = 2.00 rev

3 cycles to revolutions = 3.00 rev

4 cycles to revolutions = 4.00 rev

5 cycles to revolutions = 5.00 rev

6 cycles to revolutions = 6.00 rev

7 cycles to revolutions = 7.00 rev

8 cycles to revolutions = 8.00 rev

9 cycles to revolutions = 9.00 rev

10 cycles to revolutions = 10.00 rev

11 cycles to revolutions = 11.00 rev

12 cycles to revolutions = 12.00 rev

13 cycles to revolutions = 13.00 rev

14 cycles to revolutions = 14.00 rev

15 cycles to revolutions = 15.00 rev

**Category**: main menu • angle menu • Cycles

Convert angle of ** cycle (360°)** and

**units in reverse from revolutions into cycles.**

*revolutions (rev)*## Angles

This calculator is based on conversion of two angle units. An angle consists of two rays (as in sides of an angle sharing a common vertex or else called the endpoint.) Some belong to rotation measurements - spherical angles measured by arcs' lengths, pointing from the center, plus the radius. For a whole set of multiple units of angle on one page, try that Multiunit converter tool which has built in all angle unit-variations. Page with individual angle units.

# Converter type: angle units

First unit: cycle (360°) is used for measuring angle.

Second: revolution (rev) is unit of angle.

**QUESTION**:

15 360° = ? rev

**ANSWER**:

15 360° = 15.00 rev

Abbreviation, or prefix, for cycle is:

**360°**

Abbreviation for revolution is:

**rev**

## Other applications for this angle calculator ...

With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this angle converter proved to be useful also as a teaching tool:

1. in practicing cycles and revolutions ( 360° vs. rev ) measures exchange.

2. for conversion factors between unit pairs.

3. work with angle's values and properties.