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how do i input degrees minutes seconds on this sites calculator

Guest Dec 16, 2017
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Most likely you are better to do it on a different calc but this is how it is done here.

 

\(15^\circ 14' 28''\)

 

(15+14/60+28/3600) = 15.2411111111111111   degrees

Melody  Dec 16, 2017

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