Would you please show me how to use the word 'succeed' in a sentence?
Who then would succeed the Dauphin?
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!
I am trying to succeed in composing a proper answer to this question even as we speak!
Neither is correct unless you're using the plural form of degree. Then only "How many degrees" would be correct. Here is an example sentence to show the incorrectness of the first and second phrase. Please tell me how much degree is needed to offset the ratio. Please tell me how many degree is needed to offset the ratio. The correct sentence would be: Please tell me how many degrees are needed to offset the ratio.
Most people use commas incorrectly. They either don't use them(,) even when the sentence needs a comma. Or, a writer, uses, too, many commas, and makes, the sentence, confusing, such as in this sentence. NOTE: Extra commas in the above sentence are used to show the problem with using too many commas. Please do NOT 'correct' that sentence.