# 378 degree circle

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## 378 degree circle

 Hello, I am doing sacred geometry drawings.  A 360-degree circle is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 9, but not by 7.  A 378-degree circle can have seven 54 degree angles.  Can LibreCAD make a 378-degree circle?  If yes, how? By the way, the Sine of 54 is 0.8090, 1/2 of a Fibonacci number. Jake
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## Re: 378 degree circle

 This post was updated on . What is a 378-degree circle? You can't set your own custom angular units system.
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## Re: 378 degree circle

 In reply to this post by Jake You are able to rotate and when doing so make multiple copies at every certain degree - not sure if that solves your problem because I don't know what a 378 degree circle is.
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## Re: 378 degree circle

 From a drafting perspective, 378° circle does not make sense. If you are interested in having 7 slices of 54° then you can proceed as follows: 1/ create a 3 point arc choosing the center and radius 2/ click on rotate, choose the arc then the center. Start point is one tip of arc and the end of point is the other one. 3/ In the rotation dialog window: choose multiple and enter 7 then for the angle enter 54°. Fabrice French hobbyist interested in 2D design.