Varies from person to person but about 180 degrees.
In addition to a compass, you WILL need a straight edge.Draw a long straight line.Using the compass and straight edge, and standard procedures, draw a perpendicular bisector of the line.Then, using other standard geometrical construction procedures, bisect one of the right angles to produce a 45 degree angle.The remaining right angle and the 45 degree angle next to it will be 135 degrees - as required.
90 degrees - 42 degrees = 48 degrees
45 degrees A circle has 360 degrees. 12.5% * 360 degrees = 0.125 * 360 degrees = 45 degrees
It is: 8 degrees because 82 degrees+8 degrees = 90 degrees
It is 15 degrees.
15 degrees, each number is separated by 30 degrees (360/12) so if it's a standard wall clock the hour hand will be halfway between 6 and 7 and the minute hand will be pointed at 6, therefore the angle created is half that between the numbers i.e. 15 degrees.
They do not form any angle because they are on top of each other. However a straight line is considered to be 180 degrees and a circle 360 degrees.
At 6:30, the hour hand is at 195 degrees, the minute hand is at 180 degrees, the second hand would be at 0 degrees. The hour and minute hands would also be 15 degrees apart.
-305 degrees would be equal to 55 degrees, which can be found in quadrant one in the standard position.
Steam is created when water boils at 100 degrees Celsius, 373 degrees Kelvin or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. This is at the normal, standard temperature and atmosphere pressure.
There are 15 degrees of longitude in each standard time zone
The standard position of 790 degrees is 70 degrees anticlockwise from the positive x-axis.
The formula for converting American standard to metric standard, for example from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Centigrade, is subtracting 32 degrees from the temperature and multiplying by 5/9.
Standard temperature is 0 degrees Celsius so you are looking for the elements that have a melting point above 0 degrees Celsius. The answer is 4 elements. Elements E, G, L, and Q.
0' or 360'
The Three Degrees was created in 1963.