360 degrees in a circle, so 180 degrees in a half turn.
A little over one and a half degrees
Circle has 360 degrees. One fourth circle has 90 degrees
6/12 = 1/2 One half of a circle is 180 degrees. One half of something else is something else.
180 degrees is one half of a circle.
180, because a full circle is 360 degrees. 360-180=180
One fourth of a circle is 90 degrees.
180 degrees, if you mean a half circle
There are 36 degrees in a tenth of a circle.
One tenth of a full circle is 36 degrees.
There are 360 degrees in a circle, so I guess you could say that one and one half degrees represents one two hundred and fortieth of a circle. The language of the question is unclear, so I hope that suits.