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That is, the size of the angle in this case would be thirty-five full degrees plus seventy-five

hundredths, or three fourths, of an additional degree. Notice that here we are expressing the measurement as a decimal number. Using decimal numbers like this one can express angles to any precision - to hundredths of a degree, to thousandths of a degree, and so on.

There is another way to state the size of an angle, one that subdivides a degree using a system different than the decimal number example given above. The degree is divided into sixty parts called

minutes. These minutes are further divided into sixty parts called seconds. The words minute and second used in this context have no immediate connection to how those words are usually used as amounts of time.

In a full circle there are 360 degrees. Each degree is split up into 60 parts, each part being 1/60 of a degree. These parts are called minutes.

each part being 1/60 of a minute. . 50 seconds. The size of an angle could be stated this way: 40 degrees.Each minute is split up into 60 parts. 20 minutes. These parts are called seconds.

(* means times. It's 40.34722.There are symbols that are used when stating angles using degrees. 50 seconds is usually written this way: How could you state the above as an angle using common decimal notation? The angle would be this many degrees.each 1/60 of 1/60 of a degree.. and seconds. and 50 seconds . the angle of 40 degrees. we have 40 full degrees. 20 minutes . Work that out and you will get a decimal number of degrees. .each 1/60 of a degree. Those symbols are show below: Symbol for degree: Symbol for minute: Symbol for second: So. 20 minutes. minutes..): 40 + (20 * 1/60) + (50 * 1/60 * 1/60) That is.

(The only reason we fell a bit short of 50 seconds is that we really used a slightly smaller angle in this second half of the calculation explanation. That leaves 0. so. Can we express that in units of degrees.3472 degrees. or almost 50 seconds.) .3472. minutes. how many minutes is 0. degrees. 40.832? It's 49. So.3472 degrees? Well. we've figured that 40. So. the decimal repeats the last digit of 2 infinitely. the original angle is a bit bigger than 40. Well. or what is 60 times 0.3472? Here's the same question: What is 60 times 0..832 minutes. there are 20 complete minutes with 0. how many times can 1/60 go into 0. Suppose we start with 40.92.3472? It's 20. 50 seconds. 20 minutes.3472 degrees. How many seconds are in the last 0. In the original angle.3472 degrees is almost exactly equal to 40 degrees.34722. So. first of all there are definitely 40 degrees full degrees. and seconds? Well.832 of a minute remaining.Going the other way is a bit more difficult. how many times can 1/60 go into 0..832.832.

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