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## How do you find the degree of a cone?

the angle of the sector differs from the angle of the cone.

- the sector’s angle is computed using the formula θ=LR; where L is the sector’s arc length and R is the sector’s radius.
- now you can find r to be Rθ2π.
- the cone’s lateral side is R (the sector’s radius).
- let’s call the top vertex of our triangle α2.

**How do you calculate angle over distance?**

Calculate the sine of the angle to find the total distance between objects, or the hypotenuse. For the example, the sine of 60 degrees is √3/2 or 0.866. Divide the height of the object by the sine of the angle. For the example, dividing 150 by 0.866 results in 173.205.

### How do you find angular size in degrees?

Angular Size is measured in arcminutes and arcseconds, which are used to represent angles on a sphere. An arcsecond is 1/3600th of one degree, and a radian is 180/π degrees, so one radian equals 3,600*180/π arcseconds, which is about 206,265 arcseconds.

**What is a 45 degree cone?**

To measure the diameter of the circle of coverage of a 20-degree cone, divide the depth by 3. The diameter of coverage of a 45-degree cone is equal to the depth, so a 45-degree cone would scan a circle 21 feet wide at our sample depth of 21 feet.

#### What is angle of cone?

The angle remaining in a sheet of paper after a sector has been cut out so that the paper can be rolled into a right circular cone. See also. Takeout angle.

**What is the base angle of a cone?**

Cone Calculator Calculations at a right circular cone. The slant height is the distance between tip and base edge, the lateral surface is the surface without the base. The opening angle is the angle at the tip, the base angle is the angle between slant line and base.

## How do you convert degrees to feet?

For the conversion you ask for, decimal degrees = feet / 364,567.2. Derivation: a nautical mile (nm) is 1 minute of arc along a great circle*, or 1/60th of a degree. There are 6076.12 feet per nautical mile. So, 6076.12 x 60 = 364,567.2 feet per degree.

**How do you find the size of an angle?**

Calculating an angle’s size demands knowledge of complementary, supplementary and adjacent angles, as well as the properties of geometric shapes. Subtract the given supplementary angle (its value in degrees) from 180 to calculate the size of the angle in question.

### How many degrees across is the moon?

Use in astronomy

Celestial object | Angular diameter or size |
---|---|

Orion Nebula | 1°5′ by 1° |

Sun | 31′27″ – 32′32″ |

Moon | 29′20″ – 34′6″ |

Helix Nebula | about 16′ by 28′ |

**How do you find the angle of a cone in paper?**

It is a sector of a circle of radius s, the slant height of the cone, and arclength c, the circumference of the circular base of the cone. That is c = 2 pi r. From Figure 2, c is an arc of a circle of radius s determined by an angle of to so c = (pi s t)/180, and thus t = (180 c)/(pi s) degrees.

#### How do you calculate the size of a cone?

To make a cone of a particular size it is necessary to know the radius of the circle from which the sector is to be cut, and also the angle of that sector. Both of these pieces of information are given by the calculator. The radius is the same as the slant height, and the angle is shown as the *S* angle.

**How to calculate the slant height of a cone?**

Slant height of a cone: s = √ (r 2 + h 2) Lateral surface area of a cone: L = π rs = π r√ (r 2 + h 2)

## What is the temperature needed to bend a firing cone?

Generally, the faster the firing, the higher the temperature required to bend the cone and the slower the firing, the lower the temperature required to bend the cone. The 6 oclock position (90 angular degrees) is considered the end point of cone bending.

**What should the temp of a porcelain cone be?**

The temperature equivalent range is approximately 1600-2150F (890 to 1170C). NUMBER: 4 TO 12 – Used in firing porcelain, floor tile, china, stoneware, structural clay products and some refractory materials. The temperature equivalent range is approximately 2175-2345F (1180 to 1340C).