Q: How many degrees are there in a quadrant?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

The range of degrees in the IV quadrant on the Cartesian plane is 270 degrees to 360 degrees

The first quadrant.

Each quadrant is equals to 90°. A graph is consists of four quadrants, with each measuring 90 degrees. Quadrant I ranges from 0 degree to 90 degrees, Quadrant II is from 90° to 180°, Quadrant III is from 180° to 270°, and lastly, Quadrant IV is from 270° to 360°

0 degree to 90 degrees.

Any angle (in standard position) between zero and 90 degrees is in the first quadrant.

Related questions

90 degrees

90

The answer is 3rd quadrant because 980 degree -720 degree =260 degrees so the 3rd quadrant is 180 degrees to 270 degrees

The second quadrant.

The fourth quadrant.

The range of degrees in the IV quadrant on the Cartesian plane is 270 degrees to 360 degrees

The first quadrant.

-305 degrees would be equal to 55 degrees, which can be found in quadrant one in the standard position.

Each quadrant is equals to 90°. A graph is consists of four quadrants, with each measuring 90 degrees. Quadrant I ranges from 0 degree to 90 degrees, Quadrant II is from 90° to 180°, Quadrant III is from 180° to 270°, and lastly, Quadrant IV is from 270° to 360°

-1273 degrees lies in quadrant two. Simply add 360 degrees repeatedly until it becomes positive, giving 167 degrees. Note that is greater than 90 and less than 180, making it quadrant two.

0 degree to 90 degrees.

In quadrant II.