270 is an integer and so it would be sensible to represent it as an integer: 270 degrees. There is no requirement in the question to change the measurement unit, and if you do want that then you will need to specify the required unit. I suggest the answer should be 3*pi/2 radians.
Since a full turn is 360 degrees, 270 degrees is 270/360 of a full turn.
It is: 270/360 or 3/4 in its simplest form
Point 75 or 270 degrees.
1 / 6
270 as a fraction is 270/1
Assuming that you mean 270 degrees and not radians or any of the other angular measures, the answer is 3/4.
3/4 (three quarters).
270 degrees is West.
If you mean 3/4 then 3/4 of 360 degrees is a turn of 270 degrees
(-270) degrees Celsius = (-454) degrees Fahrenheit