Q: What fraction of a complete turn is 60?

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One-sixth

1 full turn

3/4

30 = 30/1 = 60/2 and so on.

60 = 60/1 as an improper fraction

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A complete rotation (one turn) measures 360°. Thus, 60° is one-sixth of 360°, and so the fraction of a turn is 1/6.

180 degrees is 1/2 of a complete turn

60 is an integer and not a fraction and you cannot turn it into a fraction. However, it can be expressed in rational form as 60/1. You can then calculate equivalent rational fractions if you multiply both, its numerator and denominator, by any non-zero integer.

One-sixth

1 full turn

3/4

30 = 30/1 = 60/2 and so on.

1/4

Multiply the fraction part by 60. 60*0.32 is 19.2

A complete turn would equal 360 degrees.

360 degrees is one full turn- a complete circle.

6 = 60/10