There are 360 degrees in a circle so 45 degrees is 1/8th of a circle.
18 degrees is 5% on a circle graph.
1/8A circle has 360 degrees.45/360 = 1/8 in fraction1/8 of a circle.
How can a circle measure 180 degrees? Circles don't have any angles!
The answer depends on what it is a fraction of.
For a circle where sector measures 10 degrees and the diameter of the circle is 12: Sector area = 3.142 square units.
180 degrees as a fraction of a turn of a circle is 1/2
120 degrees is 1/3 of a circle.
A circle has 360 degrees. Hence 20 degrees is 20/360 = 2/36 = 1/18 part of a circle.
The perimeter of a circle measures 360 degrees.
degrees measures angles. radians measures angles in the center of a circle. feet measures distance.
The answer depends on what it is meant to be a fraction of.
1/2A circle has 360 degrees.180/360 = 1/2 in fraction
It is 7/12.
55/72 of a circle.
It is: 1/36