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# How do you get the degree measure of sector from the percent?

Updated: 12/18/2022

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14y ago

You have to remember that the complete circle is 360Â°.

When they tell you that the sector is some percent of the circle, it's the same percent of 360Â° !

Example:

A sector is 40 percent of the circle. How many degrees is it ?

40 percent is the same as 0.40

Multiply (0.40 x 360Â°) and you get 144Â°. Is that cool ? !

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