A complete rotation (one turn) measures 360°. Thus, 60° is one-sixth of 360°, and so the fraction of a turn is 1/6.
360 degrees is a full turn and as an improper fraction it is 360/1 degrees
Since a full turn is 360°, 1° would be equal to 1/360 of a full turn.
A complete turn would equal 360 degrees.
if you mean a turn as in 360 degree turn...then it's 225/360 = 0,625 or five eights of a turn.
Since a full turn is 360 degrees, 270 degrees is 270/360 of a full turn.
(25/360 turn) x (360 degrees per turn) = 25 degrees
It is 100%.
It is one whole turn.
It is 24/360 of a turn. The ratio can be simplified, if required.
It is 100/360 of a turn. The ratio can be simplified, if required.
1, or 100%. 360 degrees is a full circle, so a 360-degree turn is to turn completely around and continue in the same direction.
It is 1/4 of a turn of 360 degrees
It is: 36/360 or 1/10 of a turn
It is 270/360.
It is: 90/360 = 1/4 of a turn of 360 degrees
It is 45/360, which can be simplified, if required.
It is 60/360 = 1/6 of a whole turn.
Multiply the fraction by 100/360, which simplifies to 5/18.
360 degrees is one full turn- a complete circle.
1/360 There are 360 degrees in a full turn