^{10}A full circle contains 360 degrees, which is equal to 2π radians. One “radian” is defined as the angle encompassing an
arc-segment of a circle’s circumference equal in length to its radius, hence the name “radian”. Since the circumference of a
circle is 2π times as long as its radius, there are 2π radians’ worth of rotation in a circle. Thus, while the “degree” is an
arbitrary unit of angle measurement, the “radian” is a more natural unit of measurement because it is defined by the circle’s
own radius.