7/3 x 90 = 210 degrees.
The answer is 210 degrees.
I'm guessing a quarter of a rotation of a circle would be 90 degrees (360/4) so two times would be.. 180? :)
I think it's 275
90 degrees * * * * * No! 1 rotation = 360 degrees so 21/4 rotations = 2.25*360 = 810 degrees
ans:convert to decimal, or use fraction to combine result:get calculator out:2+(1/3) = 7/3 or 2.3333now, how many degrees in a quarter of a rotation?there are 360 in one rotation, therefore there are 90 degrees in 1/4 rotation!so we want to know (7/3).(90) = 210 degrees
two times a quarter is a half
One rotation = 360 degrees so 21/3rotations = 7/3 * 360 deg = 840 deg.
quarter = 1/4 2* 1/4 = 2/4 X/360 = 1/2 X = 180.
To the nearest quarter rotation, 365 and one quarter rotations.
There are 360 degrees in a full rotation. Taken 45 at a time you can do it 8 times.
The time period between Full Moon and Third Quarter is usually 7 or 8 days, depending on the actual Full Moon and Third Quarter times.
Reggie White, twice in the third quarter and once in the fourth quarter.
It is: 2/3 times 3/4 times 80 = 40
"Third Quarter" is a moment in time. As soon as that moment has passed, the moon's apparent shape becomes a waning crescent immediately, and remains so for the next week. The same shapes are seen at the same times from anywhere on earth. We don't understand the reference to "315 degrees".
I assume you are asking about a quarter turn. A total turn is 360 degrees. A quarter turn is 1/4 of the way around (you have to do it 4 times to make a whole turn). 360 degrees * 1/4 of the way around = 360/4 = 90 degrees
Four times - each at 90 degree angles.
The angles are 140 degrees, 20 degrees and 20 degrees that add up to 180 degrees