How do I subtract this: 68°14' - 8°15'

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How do I subtract this: 68°14' - 8°15'

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\[60°14' - 8°15'\]\[=59°74' - 8°15'\]\[=51°59'\]
ok wasn't sure I could turn it to 74, lol Thought I would have to keep it at 60
wait a minute, lol the question is 68°14' minus 8°15'

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You have to borrow a degree from the 68 which is also 60 minutes so this leaves 67 degree and 74 minutes on top.
Now you can proceed with your subtraction.
ok then it basic math.
Thanks.
Yes.
so then the answer is 59°59'
a degree is 60 minutes \[1°0'=0°60'\]
Yes 59 degrees, 59 minutes
isnt it \[51°59'\]?
@UnkleRhakus It was 68 degrees 14 minutes I think you thought it was something else.
ah yes i wrote the question down wrong
\[68°14-8°15=59°59'\]

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