Q: How many degrees is on a oval?

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2 in regular and 1 in normal oval(egg)

None. An oval is a "squashed" circle.

None. An oval has only one curved perimeter - no sides.

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360 - it is just an imperfect circle

2 in regular and 1 in normal oval(egg)

an oval is basically a sphere so 1

There are no vertices in an oval

To find the linear feet around an oval, you would typically calculate the circumference. The formula for the circumference of an oval is (a + b)π, where a and b are the semimajor and semiminor axes of the oval. In this case, for a 33x18 foot oval, the semimajor axis (a) would be 33/2 = 16.5 feet and the semiminor axis (b) would be 18/2 = 9 feet. Therefore, the circumference would be (16.5 + 9)π = 25.5π feet. This is approximately 80.07 feet.

None. An oval is a "squashed" circle.

An oval doesn't have angles. Therefore, none.

Oval is a closed figure without any corners.

None. An oval has only one curved perimeter - no sides.

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