# A circle is divided into 6 equal parts. What is the angle measure of 1 part?

Answer: The angle measure of one part will be 60.

360/6 = 60

That is because the circle it divided into 6 equal parts and the whole circle is 360.

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## Related Questions

B. 1/2 of 4/5 = ____ fifth(s)

2 because of the way the question is written

2/5 if you get 2 wrong.

Step-by-step explanation:

1/2 * 4/5  of means multiply

numerator:  1*4 = 4

denominator = 2 * 5 = 10

Answer: 4 / 10 but this will reduce. Divide Top and Bottom by 2

4/2 = 2

10/2 = 5

The way you should answer is 2 because the question gives you the fact that it is in 5ths. If you get it wrong then put in 2/5.

Quadrilateral MBPV is similar to quadrilateral GKDF. BP = 78 mm, KD = 30 mm , and FD = 45 mm. What is VP? Enter your answer in the box □mm.

VP = 117 mm

Step-by-step explanation:

Corresponding sides of similar quadrilaterals are proportional.

VP/FD = BP/KD

VP = FD·BP/KD = (45 mm)·(78/30) . . . . multiply by FD; fill in the givens

VP = 117 mm

What is the best estimate of the circumference of a circle with a radius of 8 inches

50.27  hope this helps u

A baseball is hit inside a baseball diamond with a length and width of 90 feet each. What is the probability that the ball will bounce on the pitchers mound, if the diameter of the mound is 18 feet? Assume that the ball is equally likely to bounce anywhere in the infield. When applicable, leave your answer in terms of pie and include all necessary calculations.

Step-by-step explanation:

The first thing to notice is that the diamond is just a square rotated 45 degrees square, with 90 feet sides, so the total area of the diamond is:

A(square)= l x l = 90 ft * 90 ft = 8100

We also need to calculate the area of the mound, assuming it being a circle:

A(circle)=  And r=diameter/2= 18 ft/2 = 9 ft

A(circle) =   = 81

Now since the ball has an equal chance of bouncing anywhere in the field, the probability would be the ratio of the area occupied by the mound inside of the diamond.

P= =

90(squared) + 90 (squared) = C (squared)
(we use 90 because the base path is 90 ft long since the diamond is a square that makes all sides 90 ft long)
8100 + 8100 = c(squared)
16200 = c(squared)
we will get the square root of 16200 to get the diagonal length
C=127.3 ft, and since it is the diagonal distance we will device it to 2, to get the distance from the pitcher ro the 2nd base.
127.3/2 = 67.7 ft.
67.7 ft is the distance from the pitcher to the 2nd base.

Find the slope using the formula.
(4, 19) and (2, 11)

General Formulas and Concepts:

Pre-Algebra

• Order of Operations: BPEMDAS

Algebra I

• Slope Formula:

Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1: Define

(4, 19)

(2, 11)

Step 2: Find slope m

1. Substitute:
2. Subtract:
3. Divide:

1. Find the value of 3x -2x^2 ; when x = -3. ^ means "power of" *

27

Step-by-step explanation:

3x - 2x²

3 × -3 = -9

2 × -3 = -6

-9 - (-6²)

-9 - (-36)

-9 + 36

36 - 9

36 - 9 = 27