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Change to the decimal degree equivalent. Round to the nearest ten-thousandth if necessary.

47'


I have no idea how to do this.

  • business math -

    1° = 60'
    so, 1' = 1/60 °
    47' = 47/60 ° = 0.7833°

  • business math -

    Okay, thank you. I was trying to work it a different way and it was confusing.

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