its 360/15 = 24 degrees
Because it turns steadily and goes through 360 degrees in 24 hours, so you just have to divide 360 by 24.
Divide it into segments (like pizza slices), each of 360/15 = 24 degrees.
The earth is divided into 24 times zones. Divide 360 degrees by 24 and you will get the measure in degrees.
There are 360 meridians which represent 360 degrees of a full rotation of the earth - relative to the sun. Since the period of the earth's rotation takes 24 hours, each meridian represents 24/360 hours = 24*60/360 minutes = 4 minutes.
360 Divide by two. 180,2 Divide by two. 90,2,2 Divide by two. 45,2,2,2 Divide by three. 15,3,2,2,2 Divide by three. 5,3,3,2,2,2 Stop.
We know that the sum of the exterior angles of a regular polygon is 360°. Since the exterior angle is 24°, then 24°n = 360° divide both sides by 24°; n = 15 Thus a 15-sided regular polygon has an exterior angle of 24°. If you don't remember the above fact, you can work in this way: If the exterior angle is 24°, then the angle of polygon will be 156° (180 - 24). Since the sum of the angle of the polygon is equal to (n - 2)180°, then we have: 156° n = (n - 2)180° 156° n = 180°n - 360° subtract 156°n and add 360° to both sides; 360° = 24°n divide by 24° to both sides; 15 = n
360 / 24 = 15.Since 24 is a factor of 360, and also obviously a factor of itself,it must be the greatest common factor of 24 and 360.
There are 360 degrees in a circle, so all you have to do is divide 360 by 15 and you get 24 degrees between each spoke.
360 hours = 360/24 = 15 days360/ 24 hours = 15 days
The LCM is 360.
A polar view of the planet is roughly circular, that is, a total 360 degrees. There are about 24 hours in each day. Divide 360 by 24; the answer is 15, so there are 15 degrees of longitude in each time zone.
It is 24/360 of a turn. The ratio can be simplified, if required.
Divide the angle sector by 360 and multiply it by 24 square meters. The area is equal to 3 square meters.
Since a whole circle has 360 degrees, divide that by 24 to get the degrees per hour. Figure out how many times 4 minutes goes into an hour, and divide again, by that amount, to get degrees in 4 minutes.
360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.
Yes. 360 divided by 15 is 24.
LCM(24, 90) = 360