
Convert millimeter to degree
Error! You cannot convert millimeter to degree The reason is that the two units are not compatible. See the unit definitions below as well as possible conversions for each unit.
millimeter Millimeter is a subdivision of the meter unit. The milli prefix stands for 0.001 therefore, 1 millimeter = 0.001 meter units. Meter is a unit of measurement of length. The definition for meter is the following: 1 millimeter is thousandth (1/1000) of a meter The symbol for millimeter is mmmillimeter conversions Available conversions and conversion tables for millimeter  millimeter to metre (from 100 to 4000 millimeter) (from 100 to 4000 metre, step 100 units)
 millimeter to chain (from 1000 to 40000 millimeter) (from 1000 to 40000 chain, step 1000 units)
 millimeter to ell (from 100 to 4000 millimeter) (from 100 to 4000 ell, step 100 units)
 millimeter to fathom (from 100 to 4000 millimeter) (from 100 to 4000 fathom, step 100 units)
 millimeter to centimeter (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 centimeter, step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to cable length (Imperial) (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 cable length (Imperial), step 10000 units)
 millimeter to cable length (International) (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 cable length (International), step 10000 units)
 millimeter to cable length (U.S.) (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 cable length (U.S.), step 10000 units)
 millimeter to cubit (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 cubit, step 10 units)
 millimeter to finger (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 finger, step 1 units)
 millimeter to finger (cloth) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 finger (cloth), step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (Benoit) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot (Benoit), step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (Clarke) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot (Clarke), step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (Indian) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot (Indian), step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (Sear) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot (Sear), step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot, step 10 units)
 millimeter to foot (US Survey) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 foot (US Survey), step 10 units)
 millimeter to french catheter scale (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 french catheter scale, step 1 units)
 millimeter to furlong (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 furlong, step 10000 units)
 millimeter to hand (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 hand, step 10 units)
 millimeter to inch (from 5 to 250 millimeter) (from 5 to 250 inch, step 5 units)
 millimeter to inch (from 1 to 50 millimeter) (from 1 to 50 inch, step 1 units)
 millimeter to league (land) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 league (land), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to line (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 line, step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to link (Gunter) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 link (Gunter), step 10 units)
 millimeter to link (Ramsden) (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 link (Ramsden), step 10 units)
 millimeter to mickey (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 mickey, step 1 units)
 millimeter to micron (from 0.01 to 0.4 millimeter) (from 0.01 to 0.4 micron, step 0.01 units)
 millimeter to mil (thou) (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 mil (thou), step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to mil (Scandinavian mile) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 mil (Scandinavian mile), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to mile (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 mile, step 100000 units)
 millimeter to geographical mile (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 geographical mile, step 100000 units)
 millimeter to mile (telegraph) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 mile (telegraph), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to mile (U.S. Survey) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 mile (U.S. Survey), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to nail (cloth) (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 nail (cloth), step 1 units)
 millimeter to nautical league (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 nautical league, step 100000 units)
 millimeter to nautical mile (Admiralty) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 nautical mile (Admiralty), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to nautical mile (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 nautical mile, step 100000 units)
 millimeter to pace (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 pace, step 10 units)
 millimeter to palm (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 palm, step 1 units)
 millimeter to pica (French) (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 pica (French), step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to pica (American) (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 pica (American), step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to pica (computer) (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 pica (computer), step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to point (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 point, step 1 units)
 millimeter to quarter (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 quarter, step 10 units)
 millimeter to rod (from 100 to 4000 millimeter) (from 100 to 4000 rod, step 100 units)
 millimeter to rope (from 100 to 4000 millimeter) (from 100 to 4000 rope, step 100 units)
 millimeter to span (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 span, step 10 units)
 millimeter to stick (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 stick, step 1 units)
 millimeter to twip (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 twip, step 0.1 units)
 millimeter to yard (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 yard, step 10 units)
 millimeter to decimeter (from 10 to 400 millimeter) (from 10 to 400 decimeter, step 10 units)
 millimeter to nanometer (from 1E05 to 0.0004 millimeter) (from 1E05 to 0.0004 nanometer, step 1E05 units)
 millimeter to kilometer (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 kilometer, step 10000 units)
 millimeter to point (American English) (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 point (American English), step 1 units)
 millimeter to point (Didot European) (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 point (Didot European), step 1 units)
 millimeter to point (PostScript) (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 point (PostScript), step 1 units)
 millimeter to point (TeX) (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 point (TeX), step 1 units)
 millimeter to mile (international) (from 100000 to 4000000 millimeter) (from 100000 to 4000000 mile (international), step 100000 units)
 millimeter to micrometer (from 0.01 to 0.4 millimeter) (from 0.01 to 0.4 micrometer, step 0.01 units)
 millimeter to kilofoot (from 10000 to 400000 millimeter) (from 10000 to 400000 kilofoot, step 10000 units)
 millimeter to millifoot (from 1 to 40 millimeter) (from 1 to 40 millifoot, step 1 units)
 millimeter to centifoot (from 0.1 to 4 millimeter) (from 0.1 to 4 centifoot, step 0.1 units)
degree (of arc) Degree (of arc) is a unit of measurement of plane angle. The definition for degree (of arc) is the following: A degree (of arc) is equal to 1/360 of a revolution or p/180 radians. The symbol for degree (of arc) is °degree conversions No compatible conversions found.
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