Q: How many degrees is a full angle?

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There are 90 degrees in a right angle There are 180 degrees on a straight line There are 360 degrees in a full circle

A full circle is 360 degrees (90 x 4 = 360). Using the term, full angle, is too vague and could mean any angle. Using 90 degrees as an example. 90 ÷ 4 = 22.5 degrees. So, if any angle is divided by four, the result will give the quarter of that angle.

A full angle is a complete rotation of 360 degrees.

A full rotation of an angle is 360 degrees

Degrees of a full circle of 360 degrees.

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There are 90 degrees in a right angle There are 180 degrees on a straight line There are 360 degrees in a full circle

There are 90o in a right angle. A right angle is one-quarter of a full circle i.e. 360o.

A full circle is 360 degrees (90 x 4 = 360). Using the term, full angle, is too vague and could mean any angle. Using 90 degrees as an example. 90 ÷ 4 = 22.5 degrees. So, if any angle is divided by four, the result will give the quarter of that angle.

A full angle is a complete rotation of 360 degrees.

An angle of 366 degrees is a full turn plus 6 degrees

A reflex angle of 360 degrees is a full turn.

A full rotation of an angle is 360 degrees

Yes

An angle of 148 degrees is an obtuse angle. Any angle that is more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees is obtuse.

360 degrees

It is a complete turn of 360 degrees which is the maximum value of a reflex angle

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.