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Q: A circle is 360 degrees what fraction of the circle is 60 degrees?

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There are 360 degrees in a full circle. 60 minutes in 1 degree 60 seconds in 1 minute Therefore: 360 x 60 x 60 = 1,296,000 seconds

You can say virtually all circles are simply 360 degrees, therefore, one sixth would be 60 degrees because: 360 divided by six would equal 60

No, it's 90. A right angle is 25% of a full circle, (or 1/4 of a circle) ......... if a full circle is 360 degrees around, then a right angle, being 1/4 of that, must be 90 degrees.

An equilateral triangle has 60 degree angles. 60 degrees x 6 = 360 degrees. A hexagon has 6 sides so....

Imagine the angle you want to find is part of a circle - 360 degrees. Since a hexagon has 6 sides, you have to divide 360 by 6. This gives you 60. 60 degrees is the size of the exterior angle. You should know that a straight line is 180 degrees. So all you have to do is take away 60 from 180, giving you an answer of 120 degrees. This is the size of your interior angle.

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It is 80/360 which can be simplified, if required.

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each degree is 60 minutes, and each minute is 60 seconds. 1/3600.

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There are 360 degrees in a full circle. 60 minutes in 1 degree 60 seconds in 1 minute Therefore: 360 x 60 x 60 = 1,296,000 seconds

The calculation is 60 arc seconds X 60 arc minutes X 360 degrees in a full circle. So, there are 1,296,000 arc seconds in a full circle.

There are 360 degrees in a circle, therefore 1/6 of a circle is 60 degrees.

fraction of 360 if you have 60 = 60/360 or 1/6

a circle is 360 degrees 60 minutes = one degree 60 seconds = 1 minute 360 x 60 x 60 = 1,296,000 seconds

60/360 = 1/6th of the whole circle

It is 60/360 which can be simplified, if required.

A full circle has 360 degrees, a degree has 60 minutes, a minute has 60 seconds. You can multiply all these numbers to get the number of seconds in a full circle.

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