Originally Posted by tyke1doe
You mean 180. 360 is a full circle. If you do a 360, that puts you back to where you start. If you do a 180, that puts you on the opposite side of the starting point.
I'm not trying to be condescending because I used to make the same mistake. I just see it so often. It's a common mistake.
As a math teacher, I go bonkers when people tell me they're doing a 360. They may as well tell me they did 2 pi radians.