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My question is in the division 10800/1110 ???

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My question is in the division 10800/1110 ???

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and then the equivalent notion that 10800 minutes = ##\pi## radians

and then they construct a ratio 180 deg / (18 deg 30 min) = (10800 min) / (1100 min) = 360 / 37 = ##\pi## / x radians

and then solve for x.

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My question is to simplify,

and then the equivalent notion that 10800 minutes = ##\pi## radians

and then they construct a ratio 180 deg / (18 deg 30 min) = (10800 min) / (1100 min) = 360 / 37 = ##\pi## / x radians

and then solve for x.

how do I simplify? Method of successive division!

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Simplify what?My question is to simplify,

how do I simplify?

I don't see anywhere in your thread what it is you're trying to do.

Is the problem to convert 18° 30' into minutes? Or is it to convert this angle measure to radians?

NickTesla said:Method of successive division! View attachment 105311 View attachment 105312

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I'm trying to understand the simplification,Mark44 said:simplify what?

I do not see anywhere in its segment that is that you are trying to do.

Is the problem to convert 18 ° 30 'in minutes? Or is it to convert the measure of the angle in radians?

should be 30 to 10800 and 30 to 1110 ,lol

Thank you for letting me know

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Simplify what?

I don't see anywhere in your thread what it is you're trying to do.

Is the problem to convert 18° 30' into minutes? Or is it to convert this angle measure to radians?

You didn't answer my question.I'm trying to understand the simplification,

should be 30 to 10800 and 30 to 1110 ,lol

Is your question how they went from ##\frac{10800}{1110}## to ##\frac{360}{37}##? If so, 1080 = 30 * 360, and 1110 = 30 * 37.

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Perfect is 30You didn't answer my question.Whatare you trying to convert?

Is your question how they went from ##\frac{10800}{1110}## to ##\frac{360}{37}##? If so, 1080 = 30 * 360, and 1110 = 30 * 37.

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Thank you!!

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