Find the measures of two angles, one positive and one negative, that are coterminal with pi divided by four.

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Find the measures of two angles, one positive and one negative, that are coterminal with pi divided by four.

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Are you taking Pre-calc on FLVS as well? :D
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I gotchu!
To find it, just look add 2pi and minus 2pi in the radian.
is it 9pi/4; pi/4?
No.
Okay so let's make 2pi as 8pi/4, so that we can easily subtract and add it to the radian.
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9pi/4; -7pi/4?
Yes. :)
Woah, you are great at explaining! i would love to give you more medals

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