anonymous
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What quadrants are these in? -190° -3π/4 5π/8
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anonymous
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II
anonymous
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don't you love how they use roman numerals for the quadrants?
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III

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for the second one
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and II for the last one
anonymous
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it is just counting. recognize what pi/4 looks like, start on the unit circle at (1,0) and count clockwise (because it is -3pi/4)
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look at the circle at the end of the trig cheat sheet here http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/cheat_table.aspx

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