# How do you find the degree of a percentage?

Asked By: Egon Rakhimbaev | Last Updated: 2nd March, 2020

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space and astronomy

A circle has 360

**degrees**, so if you want to express an angle in terms of a**percentage**, just divide the angle measurement (in**degrees**) by 360 and multiply by 100. In reverse, divide the**percentage**by 100 and multiply by 360.Then, what is a 6% grade in degrees?

Slopes vs. gradients vs. % grades

Slope | ||
---|---|---|

Angle (degrees) | Gradient | |

6 | 1 | 9.514 |

7 | 1 | 8.144 |

8 | 1 | 7.115 |

Subsequently, question is, what is a 10% slope? It expresses the ratio of difference in altitude between two points on a **slope** to the horizontal distance between the points, multiplied by 100. For example a **10** percent **slope** means that, for every 100 feet of horizontal distance, the altitude changes by **10** feet: {**10** ft over 100 ft} × 100 = **10**%

Accordingly, what degree is 30 percent?

Table of Common Slopes

Degrees | Gradient | Percent |
---|---|---|

15° | 1 : 3.73 | 26.8% |

26.57° | 1 : 2 | 50% |

30° | 1 : 1.73 | 57.7% |

45° | 1 : 1 | 100% |

How do you find the slope calculator?

**Slope Intercept Form:**

- Start with the formula to calculate slope. Slope (m)=(y
_{2}- y_{1})(x_{2}- x_{1}) - Substitute point values in the equation. m=(5 - 3)(2 - 1)
- Simplify each side of the equation. m=(5 - 3)(2 - 1)=21.