Posted by **Anonymous** on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 8:17pm.

Write a formula for converting a measure of degrees in degrees, minutes, and seconds to a decimal number of degrees. The formula should convert, for example, 39º 5’ 34” to 39.093º.

The model includes the assumption that a full degree equals 60 minutes and one minute equals 60 seconds. Use the following symbols:

D = decimal number of degrees

d = whole number of degrees

m = number of minutes

s = number of seconds

A.) D = d + m(60) + s (60)

B.) D = d + m(1/60) + s (1/60)

C.) D = d + m(60) + s (3600)

D.) D = d + m(1/60) + s (1/3600)

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**Anonymous**, Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 3:44am
D+1/60+1/3600

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