Q: What is the degreee of a revolution angle?

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An angle that is one complete revolution is called a full angle or a complete angle. It measures 360 degrees or 2π radians.

One forth of a revolution is 90 degrees or a right angle.

When the original line makes a complete revolution, the formed angle is called a perigon, or round angle.

A right angle.

It is a right angle which is 90 degrees.

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a revolution angle is exactly 360 deegres

An angle that is one complete revolution is called a full angle or a complete angle. It measures 360 degrees or 2π radians.

Accurately? About 400 meters. When fired at about a 41 degreee angle, it will travel about 2 miles. But at that range, will not hit anything (except the ground)

One forth of a revolution is 90 degrees or a right angle.

When the original line makes a complete revolution, the formed angle is called a perigon, or round angle.

A right angle.

revolution angle

The angle of a full revolution is 360 degrees, which is equal to 2pi radians or 400 gradients.

It is a right angle which is 90 degrees.

That angle was called 'revolution'.

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Half of a revolution of a circle is 180 degrees and its angles added together are supplementary.