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    Fractions of degrees

    Is there an alternative to the decimal point for fractions of degrees? I think it is of 90 somethings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuck Man View Post
    Is there an alternative to the decimal point for fractions of degrees? I think it is of 90 somethings.
    degrees ... minutes ... seconds

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1^\circ = 60' = 3600''

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