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Convert the angle 35°58'38" to decimal degrees and round to the nearest hundredth of a degree.

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    Hi i know that to convert the minutes I would only have to go 35+58/60... But I am a bit confused about what to do with the minutes

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    I mean with the seconds

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    35.98°

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    35 + 58/60 + 38/3600=35.98°

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    got it thanks

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