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Take any angle in a circle

  1. Divide that respective angle in equal proportions up to infinity intervals . Then apply a pattern that I had given below .
  2. The numbers you obtain after doing so should be equal
  3. Pattern - let's take 120 as a angle 120=1+2+0=3(pattern)
  4. Divide the number 3 in equal proportions .let us divide it by 2
  5. 3÷2=1.5
  6. 1.5 =1+5=6
  7. Which isn't the same number (3≠6)
  8. So find the number
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The answer is

9.

Let’s take angle $360^\circ$.

  1. Let’s take a angle say

    $360=3+6+0=9$.

  2. Divide the

    360 by 2 = 45 = $4+5 = 9$.

  3. Continue the process

    45 divide it again by 2 = 22.5 = $2+2+5 = 9$.

  4. Doing this infinity times we get the same result.
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