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Q: When assuming half right or left face how many degrees do you turn?

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Turn 90 degrees to the right on the right heel

A right angle is 90 degrees, so 45 degrees is half a right angle turn.

A straight angle is 180 degrees so half of that is 90 degrees of a right angle.

a right angle = 90 degrees 1/2 a tight angle is therefore 45 degrees therefor 3 times a right angle = 270 degrees + 1/2 a right angle = 315 degrees.

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Turn 90 degrees to the right on the right heel

-- Face north. Measure to the right. -- All the way around to north again is 360 degrees. So each quarter turn is 90 degrees. -- East = 90 degrees. South = 180 degrees. West = 270 degrees. -- 135 degrees is half-way between east and south = "southeast". -- To estimate it, notice that when you face forward and stick your right arm straight out, the arm points 90 degrees to the right of the direction you're looking. -- Face north. Stick your right arm straight out. The arm points east. (90 degrees) -- Face east. Stick your right arm straight out. The arm points south. (180 degrees) -- Half-way between your face and your right arm is southeast. (135 degrees)

a right-angle is 90 degrees so half that 45 degrees your answer is 45 degrees

A right turn is 90 degrees, and half that is 45 degrees. A right turn and half another turn is 90 plus 45 degrees, or 135 degrees. Provided the turns are in the same direction, that is.

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45 degrees.

45 degrees. A right angle is 90 degrees.

A right angle is 90 degrees, so 45 degrees is half a right angle turn.

90 degrees a right angle

45 degrees

A right angle is 90 degrees. One and a half of 90 degrees is 90 + 45 = 135 degrees

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