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I need it in degrees

\( tan^{-1}(9/7) \) is suppose to be \( \huge tan^{-1} (\frac{9}{7}) \)

and once I find that subtract 360?

Are you getting 52.1°?

Yes, 52.125

Then I subtract that by 360, which gives 307.87

But this is wrong.

I think it has something to do with the quadrant it is in.

52.125 is the angle in the 1st quadrant. (-7, -9) is in the 3rd quadrant. You need to add 180.

Ah that is it. I knew it had to do with the quadrant lol

Yep that was it. I was working with it as in the 4th quadrant.

ah ok. it's hard to keep those straight