Choose the point on the terminal side of -210°.

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Choose the point on the terminal side of -210°.

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^ throw that cheat away -.-
7\[\pi/6\]
\[7\pi/6\]
(-1,√3 ) (-√3, 1) (-1, 1) (√3, -1) eh idk
hmm
well okay -210deg =-(180+30) -(pi + pi/6) = -7pi/6 that is
so we want to see something on the terminal side
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u know about the 30 60 90 triangle right
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ohh ok
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dam dan, le genius
so \[-\sqrt{3} and +1?\]
bahaahAHAHAHAHA
u know it
very true @MikuxLuka
lol who could i be talking about? ;)
thanks dan
dan815 obviously
you dont know thatb:)
i answered D
he's the genius
√-3,1
we are all le geniuses :D
dont put the -3 inside its outside
the sqrt of a negative number is a complex number dnot forget that
like this right

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