# Trigonometry - Angle (or Arc) (Alpha - α)

Angle is counted in the Babylonian numeral system, base-60. (360 degrees in a circle)

## Illustration

with the identity function

• seconds

## Notation

````10°25'59" `
```

where:

Right angle = 90 degree

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