Q: How many degrees are in 1.5 revolutions?

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2.67 revolutions.

720 degrees.

360 degrees = one revolution 450/360 = 1.25 revolutions, or 1 and 1/4

15 degrees Fahrenheit = -9.4 degrees Celsius.

15

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1 revolution = 360 degrees so 15 revs = 5400 deg.

2.67 revolutions.

720 degrees.

4r = 1440°

360 degrees = one revolution 450/360 = 1.25 revolutions, or 1 and 1/4

1 all-the-way-around is 360 degrees 2 revolutions = 720 degrees . . . 6 revolutions = 2,160 degrees

Two complete revolutions, therefore 720 degrees.

15 degrees Celsius is 288.15 Kelvin.

15 degrees Fahrenheit = -9.4 degrees Celsius.

Gear (A) has 15 teeth , Gear (B) has 10 teeth. Gear (A) makes 14 revolutions . How many revolutions will Gear (B) make?

15

The answer depends on whether you mean 15 degrees on a clock face (0.5 hours) or 15 degrees of longitude (1 hour).