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There are 360 degrees in a circle. So a 270 degree turn is 270/360 = 3/4.

There are 90 degrees in each 1/4 turn. A "180" is 1/2 of a circle (or turn).

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3/4

3/4 (three quarters).

It is 270/360.

Since a full turn is 360 degrees, 270 degrees is 270/360 of a full turn.

270/10

It is 3/4.

270 as a fraction is 270/1

270 degrees is 3/4 of a turn

Assuming that you mean 270 degrees and not radians or any of the other angular measures, the answer is 3/4.

180 degrees is 1/2 of a complete turn

If you mean 3/4 then 3/4 of 360 degrees is a turn of 270 degrees

270/1000

1 full turn

It is 60/360 = 1/6 of a whole turn.

90º=1/4 turn 360°= 1 Full Turn 180°= 1/2 Turn 270°= 3/4 turn

270/600 = 9/20

270/1 = 27000/100

270% is the same as 2.70. The appropriate fraction would be 2 7/10.

It is: 270/360 or 3/4 in its simplest form

1/4

An angle of 270 degrees is 3/4 of a turn.

270% as a reduced fraction is 27/10

It is: 270/300 = 9/10 simplified

A complete turn would equal 360 degrees.

270 an owl can turn its head up to 270 degrees.