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Show Me 45 Degrees Angle?

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A 45 degree angle is a degree of arc denoted by a symbol. It is a measurement of plane angle representing 1/360 of a full rotation. Degrees were chosen to use as a unit of measure is unknown. There is a theory this it is related to fact that 360 is the approximate number of days in a year. There are also subdivisions of the units that can be used along with alternative units. Terms of units are turns, degrees, radians, and grades.
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