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Q: What fractional part of a circle is 2 degrees?

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A circle has 360 degrees. Hence 20 degrees is 20/360 = 2/36 = 1/18 part of a circle.

-- If the fractional part of the angle is less than 1/2 degree, just throw away the fraction and forget about it. -- If the fractional part of the angle is 1/2 degree or more, add one to the degrees and throw away the fraction.

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1/20 of it.

It is 2/3

If you mean 2/3 of a circle then there are 2/3 of 360 = 240 degrees

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The Arctic Circle is 66 1/2 degrees north. The Antarctic Circle is 66 1/2 degrees south.

2/9 2 is the numerator 9 is the denominator

Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi Area of a circle = pi*radius squared Radius of a circle = diameter/2 Degrees around a circle = 360 degrees

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