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It is impossible to tell since there is no accompanying figure!

[Angle] x ∏ x R2 360° The first part of the formula reads "angle divided by 360 degrees" sorry if this was unclear. R2 = Radius squared (R x R). ∏ = pi (3.1415926535...)

Use the scale which reads 0 on the line which forms one of the arms of the angle.

To be precise, as the little hand will also have moved, the answer would not be 240° for the large angle and 120° for the small angle, as some might say. The little hand will have moved 20°, so the answer would be that the large angle would be 220° and the small angle would be 140°.

There's a lot you could say about them. For example, if the hour hand is at 3 and the minute hand is at 12 (3:00), that represents a right angle, and the arc it intercepts would be 90 degrees as well (minor arc). Since the whole face of the clock is a circle of 360 degrees, the major arc in this example would be 360 - 90 = 270 degrees. When the clock reads 6:00 the hands divide the face into two semicircles of 180 degrees each.

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It is impossible to tell since there is no accompanying figure!

[Angle] x ∏ x R2 360° The first part of the formula reads "angle divided by 360 degrees" sorry if this was unclear. R2 = Radius squared (R x R). ∏ = pi (3.1415926535...)

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The equivalent Celsius temperature when a Fahrenheit thermometer reads 98.6 degrees is 37 degrees. This is the normal body temperature in Celsius.

100 degrees Fahrenheit

You just draw it.

The temperature would be 23.9 degrees Celsius.

27 degrees celsius

At -40 degrees.

Yes.

We'll answer your question as asked. What was asked was, "What is the sine of the angle (the angle theta) if the angle measures 0.4384?" That's the way the question reads. That's a pretty small angle. Less than one degree. That angle has about 0.00765 as the sine. Perhaps the question was "What is the angle of theta if its sine is 0.4384?" In the event that this was really your question, if sine theta equals 0.4384, arcsine theta is about 23.00 degrees. Here we use the term arcsine. If we see "arcsine 0.4384" in a text, what it means is "the angle whose sine is 0.4384" in math speak.

At 6.30 minute hand will be at 6 and hour hand will be at center of 6 and 7. Thus angle will be 360/(12*2) = 150