360 degrees is a full circle, one full turn. 180 degrees is half a circle, or half a turn. Example: If you were walking down the sidewalk, and behind you your friend calls out "Hey!", you stop, and turn around 180 degrees to greet him.

A half-cab, also known as the 180 Pop-shuvit, uses a typical 180 and a pop-shuvit combined. If you want it to look clean when you land it, do a frontside 180 instead of a backside 180.

It equals one fourth, because one times one equals one and two times two equals four. Always make sure that you reduce when it is nessecary The product of 1/2 times 1/2 = 1/4

well, there are 360 degrees in a circle, so if you were to take half of it, the degrees in a semicircle, half of a circle, would be 180 degrees. So the answer is 180 degrees.