first of all i want to know whats mean by gon

2- i need to convert 22g 68c 33cc into degrees minutes seconds and plz explain to me how did u convert it and whats c and whats cc

and at last thx for this forum who helped me alot last year

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- December 7th 2009, 02:12 AMmohamedsafyconverting problem
first of all i want to know whats mean by gon

2- i need to convert 22g 68c 33cc into degrees minutes seconds and plz explain to me how did u convert it and whats c and whats cc

and at last thx for this forum who helped me alot last year - December 7th 2009, 03:55 AMmr fantastic
- December 7th 2009, 11:35 AMmohamedsafy
no gon is something to measure angles and sometimes it is called grades gon is 1/400 of circle degree is 1/360 of circle i just googled it and now iam ok with converting gon to degrees but i dont know how to convert the "c" and the "cc" into minutes and seconds "c" and "cc" fractions of the gon

- December 7th 2009, 02:52 PMaidan

Gradian -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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Gradian

A unit of angular measure in which the angle of an entire circle is 400 gradians. A right angle is therefore 100 gradians. A gradian is sometimes also called a gon or a grade.

Almost all calculators have a key identified as [DRG].

[Degrees_Radians_Grads]. You can switch very quickly between the units.

A grad (or gon) is a decimal form for angular measure.

A right angle, or 1/4 of a circle, is 90 degrees.

90 degress is radians.

A right angle, or 1/4 of a circle, is 100 grads.

1 grad = 0.01 of a right angle;

1 metric minute = 1c = 0.01g ( 1/100 of a grad )

1 metric second = 1cc = 0.01c ( 1/100 of a metric minute, or 1/10000 of a grad)

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convert 22g 68c 33cc into degrees minutes seconds

0.226833 of a quarter circle

Simply convert the decimal-degrees into the degrees-minutes-seconds required.

Hope that helps.

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NOTE: c & cc were originally defined as circular measure. It could be stated as 1.57rad for 1.57 radians or 1.57c , meaning circular measure. The c & cc gradually became associated with the 0.01 grad & 0.0001 grad.

- December 7th 2009, 07:22 PMmohamedsafy