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A square has 360 degrees, if you measure the degrees on the outside, what degree do you get?
A square has 360 degrees because it has four equal angles, each measuring 90 degrees. When all four angles are added together, the total is 360 degrees.
Measuring degrees on the outside of a square involves measuring the angles formed by the intersection of two adjacent sides of the square. These angles will always add up to 180 degrees, and when all four angles are measured, the total will be 360 degrees.
The use of 360 degrees as a standard unit of measurement can be traced back to ancient civilizations, particularly the Babylonians and Egyptians. They based their number systems on the number 60, which is easily divisible by many numbers. This led to the development of the 360 degree system for measuring angles.
No, a square will always have 360 degrees. This is because the sum of the angles in a square is always equal to 360 degrees, regardless of the size or proportions of the square.
Yes, there are other shapes besides a square that have 360 degrees. These include rectangles, parallelograms, and rhombuses, as long as they have four equal angles. Any shape with four equal angles will have a total of 360 degrees.