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It is 60/360 which can be simplified, if required.

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Q: What fraction of a full revolution is 60 degrees?

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60 degree angles. 360 degrees (a full revolution) divided by 6=60 degrees. Also, they are all obtuse angles.

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One revolution is 360 degrees or 2 pi radians ( full circle) So 13 rev = 13 x 60 degrees or 13 x 6.28 radians

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1 full turn = 360 degrees 1/6 full turn = 360/6 = 60 degrees

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60 degree angles. 360 degrees (a full revolution) divided by 6=60 degrees. Also, they are all obtuse angles.

1 revolution = 360 degrees 1 revolution = 60 seconds 60 seconds = 360 degrees 60/60 = 1 360/60 = 6 1 second = 6 degrees.

60 * pi / 180

360/60=6, so there are 6-60s in 360. 60 degrees is 1/6 of 360.

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One revolution is 360 degrees or 2 pi radians ( full circle) So 13 rev = 13 x 60 degrees or 13 x 6.28 radians

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A unit of measurement equal to one sixtieth of a degree is called a minute. There are 60 seconds in one minute, 60 minutes in one degree, and 360 degrees in a full revolution.

There are 360 degrees in a full circle. 60 minutes in 1 degree 60 seconds in 1 minute Therefore: 360 x 60 x 60 = 1,296,000 seconds