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whats 21° 44' 3" as a decimal to the nearest thousandth of a degree

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    1 ' = 1 ° / 60


    1 " = 1 ' / 60 = 1 ° / 3600


    21° 44' 3" =

    21 + 44 / 60 + 3 / 3600 =

    21 + 0.733333 + 0.000833 =

    21.734166


    21° 44' 3" = 21.734

    rounded to the nearest thousandth of a degree

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