Q: Full turn of a bolt in degrees?

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360 degrees

360 degrees

1 full turn = 360 degrees 1/6 full turn = 360/6 = 60 degrees

Quarter turn is 90 degrees. Half a turn is 180 degrees. Three-quarter turn is 270 degrees. Full turn is 360 degrees.

A quarter turn is 90 degrees. This is based on a full circle of 360 degrees.

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360 degrees

360 degrees

1 full turn = 360 degrees 1/6 full turn = 360/6 = 60 degrees

Imagine the head bolt is the dial on a clock. The distance between minute marks is 6 degrees. So to turn it 73 degrees you would start at 12 and turn it to 12 1/2 minutes.

Full turn = 360 degrees 3/4 x 360 = 1080/4 = 270 degrees

Quarter turn is 90 degrees. Half a turn is 180 degrees. Three-quarter turn is 270 degrees. Full turn is 360 degrees.

there is 360 DEGREES

A full turn is 360 degrees so 180 degrees is half a turn.