Chapter 1 - Trigonometric Functions - Section 1.1 Angles - 1.1 Exercises: 63

126$^{\circ}$45'36"

Work Step by Step

1. 126$^{\circ}$+0.76$\times$(60)'=126$^{\circ}$45.6' Start by multiplying the decimal part by (60) to find the minutes 2.126$^{\circ}$45' + 0.6(60)"= 126$^{\circ}$45'36" If the minutes still have a decimal part convert it to second by multiplying the decimal part by (60)

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