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[tex]2 \frac{3}{4} \: \: into \: minutes[/tex]
how to convert 2 3/4 into minutes ​
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It should be in degrees

[tex]\\ \rm\Rrightarrow 2-\dfrac{3}{4}^{\circ}[/tex]

[tex]\\ \rm\Rrightarrow \dfrac{11}{4}°[/tex]

[tex]\\ \rm\Rrightarrow \dfrac{11}{4}(60)[/tex]

[tex]\\ \rm\Rrightarrow 11(15)'[/tex]

[tex]\\ \rm\Rrightarrow 165'[/tex]
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