Geometry
posted by kristie .
Can you help me solve 12 degrees, 15 minutes, and 22 seconds minus 10 degrees 16 minutes and 26 seconds?

what is 12 + 15/60 + 22/3600  (10 + 16/60 + 26/3600) ?
or
you could change everything to seconds
(12*3600 + 15*60 + 22)  (10*3600 + 16*60 + 26)
then convert back
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