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180 degrees a half of a revolution is a semi circle protractor

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One revolution is defined as 360 degrees.

360 degrees, obviously (sorry, had to mention it).

One complete revolution of anything is defined as 360 degrees.

A full revolution have 360 deg. For 4 revolution = 4 * 360. But degrees termed as in between to 360 deg.

In math, a revolution is 360 degrees or a full circle. Half a revolution is 180 degrees. One-fourth of a revolution is 90 degrees.

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Four of them because 4*90 = 360 degrees which is a full revolution

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

One revolution = 360 degrees or 2pi radians

1 revolution = 360 degrees so 15 revs = 5400 deg.

One complete revolution of anything around anything is defined as 360 degrees.

One complete revolution of anything is defined as 360 degrees.

Fractions of a revolution make sense, e.g. 360 degrees = 1 revolution 180 degrees = 1/2 revolution 137 degrees = 137/360 of a revolution 2pi radians = 1 revolution 1 radian = 1/(2pi) revolution

There are 360 degrees in a circle and a revolution is when something turns in a circle. There are aslo 360 degrees around a point.

Since a complete revolution (full circle) is 360 degrees, you simply divide the number of degrees by 360.

Because the person who created the unit defined a revolution as 360 degrees.

Half of a revolution of a circle is 180 degrees and its angles added together are supplementary.

1 revolution / 24 hours = 360 degrees / 24 hours = 15 degrees per hour

It is: 1 revolution and 15 degrees