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ozhobbits
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The angle 118 degree 52'34" is equal to:
a) 118.5234 degrees
b) 118 52/34 degrees
c) 118.861 degrees
d) 118.876 degrees
e) 118.786 degrees
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ozhobbits Group Title
The angle 118 degree 52'34" is equal to: a) 118.5234 degrees b) 118 52/34 degrees c) 118.861 degrees d) 118.876 degrees e) 118.786 degrees
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\(\ \Large \text{How do you convert minutes and seconds into a decimal?} \)
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(Hint: How many minutes are there in one degree?)
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\(\ \text{So, if you have 52 minutes, how would you convert that in terms of degrees?} \)
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Yup! Now, as for that 34, that's in seconds. How many seconds are there in a degree if one degree has 60 minutes?
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Yup! So how would you convert that 34 seconds in terms of degrees?
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