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how would i find sin 285 on the quadrant ? how would i calculate it

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plz help me with this test paper
any specific question?
sin 285 cannot be gotten directly form the quadrant

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ok so there is a way to calculate it?
you have to subtract from sin 360
yeah its pretty simple but i need a little time to think
which is 75
then what?
ok that is not the way we need to make it form an angle which can easily calculated from the quadrant
wait let me reason it out
well we could use 270
ok so what does it give???
15
we should get the answer in compound angle form
(-1) cos (15) is the answer?
ok good work
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