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Sir i want to know calculations degree, minutes and seconds

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Since one degree is defined as one three hundred sixtieth (1/360) of a circle .Where as 1minute is (1/60) part of a degree and 1second is (1/60) part of minute .They have following relation : 1 degree = 0.0167 minute = 0.000278 sec . You can convert them easily using your calculator .

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