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Q: Where is 25 degrees on a protractor?

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a postulate u go by in order to use the protractor. ex: 63 degrees + 55 degrees(use the protractor to find the correct degrees)

A full protractor is is a protractor that goes 360 degrees around.

Yes on a full protractor you can

180 degrees

use a protractor

You use a protractor to meausure angles in degrees. Or you can draw a semi-circle (my favorite) ;)

Degrees are a measure of angular separation, not distances. You cannot, therefore, use the protractor for determining distances.

A protractor is nused to measure angles in degrees.

A protractor is a shape: semi-circle or full circle, that has degrees marked around the edge. Place the marked centre of the protractor on (for example) the corner of two lines forming a right-angle. The bottom line will be zero, while the vertical line will cross the 90 degrees mark of the protractor, so proving that a right-angle is 90 degrees.

A protractor.

It measures angles in degrees

Protractor...

Usually degrees

Because there are 360 degrees around a point

From 180 degrees to 90 degrees based on my protractor... :D

Draw a straight line and place zero degrees of the protractor at the endpoint of the line then mark out 135 degrees and join the endpoint with the marked out degrees to construct the required angle.

get a protractor, then multiply your decimal by 360 degrees. Then take that number and find it with the protractor.

360

With the help of a protractor

They mark out degrees.

Generally, that would be a protractor. It is able to take an angle and calculate its degrees.

To measure ans angle, put the hole on the the vertex, line up the protractor with the angle and look at the degrees.

180 degrees

Because there are 360 degrees around a circle.

Finding degrees of angles, or for drawing circles.