It is 60 degrees
Since a full circle is 360Â°, a 331Â° angle is the outside measure of a 29Â° angle.
180 degrees, if you mean a half circle
-- Circumference of the circle = (pi) x (radius) -- length of the intercepted arc/circumference = degree measure of the central angle/360 degrees
A circle has no straight sides but if you mean a circle that has been divided into 5 equal sectors then the angle of each sector is 72 degrees subtended by each arc of the circle.
A degree is the measure of an angle.
It is 360 degrees divided by 6 = 60 degrees each.
The total circumference is (arc length) times (360) divided by (the angle degrees)
A circle is 360 degrees, so 360/14 gives the measure of the angle of the 14 equal parts (which would be wedges). So, quick answer: about 25.7 degrees
83 degree angle
Yes, a circle is in fact composed of a degree or angle.