1 degree is 1/360 of a full turn
90 degree is 1/4 of a full turn of 360 degrees.
1, or 100%. 360 degrees is a full circle, so a 360-degree turn is to turn completely around and continue in the same direction.
It is one whole turn.
Since a full turn is 360°, 1° would be equal to 1/360 of a full turn.
It is 1/2 of a turn.
The answer depends on the unit of measurement for 1. 1 radian is 1/(2*pi) of a full turn.
It is degrees that are fraction
1 full turn
There are 360 one degree angles in a full turn
It is 4/1.
It is: 1/4 of a 360 degree turn
360 degrees is a full turn and as an improper fraction it is 360/1 degrees
270 degrees is 3/4 of a turn
90º=1/4 turn 360°= 1 Full Turn 180°= 1/2 Turn 270°= 3/4 turn
It depends on what is meant by "full turn"? Assuming a turn of 90o to the right, then 90o could be classed as 1/4 of a circle of 360o . If the turn was clockwise through to 270o then the fraction could be 3/4.
Both are measurements of angular displacement. A degree is 1/360 of a full trun or whole circle. A radian is 1/(2*pi) of a full turn.
70 into a fraction = 70/1
290 into a fraction = 290/1
01222222222222. as a fraction = 1222222222222/1