Q: How many degrees is 50 percent in a circle?

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50% of a circle is 50 over 100

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You didn't say so, but I'm going to take a wild guess and assume that you're talking about drawing a pie-chart. If the full circle represents 50 people, then 7 people take up 50.4 degrees.

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50% of a circle is 50 over 100

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The question is missing some information. Assuming this is about making a pie chart, multiply the percent by 3.6 to get degrees of a full circle. So 100% is the entire pie, 50% is half (180 degrees), etc.

Don't know if there is formula for converting degrees to percent, but here's a thought: Imagine a clockface with just the minute hand. When the hand makes a full circle, it has traveled 360 degrees for 100% of the circle. When the hand points to 3, it has traveled 45 degrees for 25% of the circle. The 6 is at 180 degrees and 50%. The 9 is at 270 degrees and 75%. You could break it down from there.

50 percent of diameter of a circle is the radius.

1/2 ===

Half (1/2) equals 50%.

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If the circumference is split into 4 arcs then the 4th arc is 360-20-140-50 = 150 degrees

if you circle is divided into eight segments, 4/8 converts to 1/2, that is 50% of the circle