How to find degree value between two numbers

treeppm

Board Regular
Dear Friends and fellows, Yesterday I asked one question which is not clear. it's because of my lack English knowledge. Kindly you all pardon me for that. Here is the clear question.

If we take from 1 to 9 as complete 360° rotation. from 1-4 how much degree rotation. kindly write clear calculation with well explained.
 

mole999

Moderator
If I understand you, 1 full rotation is 360 degrees and you are looking at that in 9ths so 360 divided by 9 = 40 (i.e 9x40=360)

so 4 x 40 = 160 degrees

so the calculation is =(360/9)*4 = 160
 

treeppm

Board Regular
If I understand you, 1 full rotation is 360 degrees and you are looking at that in 9ths
No bro, it's not 9ths its 8ths
9-1=8
so the result is 180 which is right one

You really opened a door. I've another things also to ask. will update here soon

Kind Regards
 
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