You divide 360 degrees by eight (there are 360 degrees in a circle) so each section would be 45 degrees.
There are 2pi in a circle. If we divide a circle into 8 equal parts, then each part will be pi/4, [(2pi)/8].
Yes, each pie shaped piece will be 16.3636363636 deg
A circle has 360 degrees. Divide 360 by 18 and you will find that each equal part of the divided circle is 20 degrees.
Divide the width by the length: width -------- height
Divide it into segments (like pizza slices), each of 360/15 = 24 degrees.
Using a protractor divide it into three parts, each of 120 degrees. Shade two of them
The number of degrees in one complete revolution of a radius is 360°. Therefore the number of degrees covered in 1/5 of a revolution is 72° . To divide a circle into 5 equal parts create 5 sectors each measuring 72° at the centre of the circle.
It is simply divide the width - in mm - by 10.
its 360/15 = 24 degrees
Simple, if you want 4 uneven parts, just put 3 lines into it easily making 4 parts. If you want 4 even parts, calculate the area (Length * Width) then divide the product by 4. That will give you the size of each part. After that you just divide the square into 4 parts of that area.
If a circle is comprised of 360 degrees, then each of the five sections will encompass 72 degrees. From an arbitrary radius, using a protractor, measure 72 degrees, then continue around the circle.