A whole circle
An 180 degrees circle is a semi-circle. A whole circle is 360 degrees.
Area of whole circle = pi*r2 = 64*pi Area of Sector = Area of Whole Circle * Angle of Sector/Angle of Whole Circle = Area of Whole Circle * 120/360 = Area of Whole Circle / 3 = 64*pi/3 = 67.0 to the nearest tenth.
You have to pull that whole assembly apart to get to the bearings. The wheel comes off, then the brake rotor, then you have the hub assembly. The bearings are inside of that.
It is the same as the radius of the whole circle.
A semi-circle, half a circle, by definition is 180 degrees, half of a rotation. A whole circle has a whole rotation, which is 360 degrees.
We call a whole circle "360" degrees. 6.25% of the circle = (0.0625 x 360) = 22.5 degrees
There are 360 degrees in a circle.
same as for a whole circle
A whole circle.