Does anyone know of an easy formula for finding the degree of central angle? I know the percents, I just don't know how to make them the correct degree measure.

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- Sep 3rd 2007, 07:50 AMconfusedpersonCentral angle help
Does anyone know of an easy formula for finding the degree of central angle? I know the percents, I just don't know how to make them the correct degree measure.

- Sep 3rd 2007, 07:53 AMconfusedperson
Forgot to say, 34%. 36,, 26 and 4% are the percents in the question

- Sep 3rd 2007, 08:08 AMKrizalid
Complete circle covers the $\displaystyle 360^\circ$, which we can call our $\displaystyle 100\%$, so, if you want to find for example, the $\displaystyle 36\%$ of it, can you do it?