Q: What is total angle measurement of a circle?

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360

108 degrees

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the general formula is arc length is equal the radius times the angle. s=r< s=arc length r=radius <=angle

Radian is a more natural way of expressing an angle. By this I mean it is related to the natural relationship between a circle (actually an arc of a circle) and the radius of the circle, while degrees are a measurement created by man.If you take an angle of 1 radian, the measurement along the arc is equal to the length of the radius. Hence the term radian has the same root as radius. So if you multiply the angle measurement (in radians) by the radius, then you have the length of the arc.If you have a full circle (360Â° is equal to 2*pi radians), the circumference (length of an 'arc' going all the way around the circle) is 2*pi*radius.

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The total angle measurement is 720 degrees.

The angle on a straight line is 180° .

360

108 degrees

That is not enough information.

anything greater than 90 is called an obtuse angle If you are referring to the unit of measurement of an angle, one example of would be the Grad. Instead of splitting a circle into four 90-degree sections, it splits a circle into four 100 grad sections. This means that a 360-degree circle is equivalent to a 400 grad circle.

Quadrilaterals have a constant total angle measurement of 360 degrees

It depends on what "this measurement" refers to: the radius, circumference, length of arc with a known angle.

the general formula is arc length is equal the radius times the angle. s=r< s=arc length r=radius <=angle

1,800 degrees

Radian is a more natural way of expressing an angle. By this I mean it is related to the natural relationship between a circle (actually an arc of a circle) and the radius of the circle, while degrees are a measurement created by man.If you take an angle of 1 radian, the measurement along the arc is equal to the length of the radius. Hence the term radian has the same root as radius. So if you multiply the angle measurement (in radians) by the radius, then you have the length of the arc.If you have a full circle (360Â° is equal to 2*pi radians), the circumference (length of an 'arc' going all the way around the circle) is 2*pi*radius.

An angle is the measurement of two lines drawn from the centre of a circle. A circle is 380 degrees. So in an angle of 90 degrees, one line would be vertical at 0 degrees, and the second line would be horizontal at 90 degrees. So the relationship is that you can't have one without the other.