Suppose two go-carts are driving around a circular track that is 360 feet in circumference. There is a camera in both cars that are 60 degrees apart. How are apart are the two cars?

The number of degrees around a circle is 360. So if the cameras are at a 60 degree angle from each other, that is 1/6 of the entire circle.

Since the circumference of the circle is 360 feet, we take 360 divided by 6 to get the distance between the cars. Therefore, the cars are 60 feet apart.

This method holds true no matter what the angle is between the cameras.