if a question asks for angle measurements in both degrees and radians, then gives typical answers where only two are correct, am I right in thinking that the radian answer would be presented as say example;
1/6 x pie, being the radian answer, whereas 0.5 = 30 degrees.
I know that 1/6 x pie is not the same as 30 degrees just before anyone jumps at me for that statement made!
Why would you be 1 degree out? Just do the conversions carefully and you'll be fine.
Knowing the above is all you need to convert between them.
For example, if you measure something as , then this is
If you have radians, this is
I first encountered radians whilst studying A levels at age 17 in the UK. My examining body, for conversions, only accepted exact conversions between degrees and radians.
Maybe your system is different, I can't say.