Medal award! What are the positive and negative measures of the closest coterminal angles to 1.1 radians?

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Medal award! What are the positive and negative measures of the closest coterminal angles to 1.1 radians?

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Hmm I don't understand the question :d Do they want the degree measure? Or they want the closest "special angle" maybe?
I think they want radians
Hmm ok :) Then for co-terminal we want to spin a full rotation around the circle and land in the same spot. So one co-terminal angle would be: \(\large\rm 1.1+2\pi\)

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How bout if we want to spin backwards? Any ideas? :)
the thing is I believe they want us to convert the 1.1 into a fraction
and of course you will go clockwise for the negative :)
Hmm there is no reason for us to write as a fraction if we're staying in radians. Unless you want to relate it to one of your special angles. 1.1 radians is approximately 31.5 degrees which is approximately pi/6. But I don't think that's what they're asking for. Hmmm....
I put in 11pi/10-10pi/5 which is -9pi/10 for the negative angle. and for the positive 11pi/10+10pi/5 which is 31pi/10 but that is incorrect.
Well keep in mind that:\[\large\rm 1.1=\frac{11}{10}\]\[\large\rm 1.1\ne\frac{11\pi}{10}\]
You can get a common denominator if you like,\[\large\rm \frac{11}{10}+\frac{20\pi}{10}=\frac{11+20\pi}{10}\]But it looks a lot nicer if you just leave it as \(\large\rm 1.1+2\pi\)
Just don't combine the numerators:\[\large\rm 11+20\pi\ne31\pi\]:)
so for the positive angle it would just be 1.1+2pi?
ya i think that's all they want us to input. Do you get multiple guesses? XD
I get 3 attempts and then I get a new problem
and for the negative it was be 1.1-2pi?
yes
that's correct :) thanks so much
yay team \c:/
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