What is the co terminal angle of 540 degrees? Find a positive and negative

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What is the co terminal angle of 540 degrees? Find a positive and negative

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Co-terminal angles end at the same place on the unit circle, so they're 360° apart. Add or subtract 360° until you get angles in the range you want.
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For my positive i got 900 but i cant get a negative

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subtract 360°, and keep subtracting 360° until you get a negative number
Oh lol. thanks. When it comes to radians do i subtract 2 pi??
yes
How would i do 21pi over 4
get a common denominator |dw:1440637809304:dw|
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just to reassure myself, will that be in the III quadrant??
540° is the -x axis 21π/4 is in quadrant III
All right thanks. You mind checking these for me???? Give the degree of the resulting angles: 3/4 of a rotation clockwise (i put 270 degrees) 10/9 of a counterclockwise (i put 400 degrees) 8/3 of a counterclockwise (i put 960 degrees)
the first should be -270° because it's clockwise. the others are correct
ok. 1 more. Determine the angle at the tip of a slice of pizza if the straight edge measures 5 inches and the crust , if straightened, measures 4.4 in. i got theta= .88 radians

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