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cos 40 degrees 53 mins how to convert this to degrees

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    40deg+(53/60)deg=40.8833 degrees

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    thank u so very much coolstudeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee luv uuuuuuu:)

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    ok lang.. bakit my cos? cosine ba yan?

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    |dw:1319370835577:dw|

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    u r english speaking?

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    ya?

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    y is it dat there is a cos in ur question?? do u mean cosine??

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    yeah sorry by mistake:P

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