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    [SOLVED] finding the corresponding angle

    this one has 4 problems. I did the first three but I don't know the last one. help please.


    Problem:
    For each angle below, determine the quadrant in which the terminal side of the angle is found. Then find the corresponding reference angle , which is the smallest angle made between the x-axis and the terminal side.


    (d) is found in quadrant 1 and
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    2\pi<7<2\pi+\frac{\pi}{2}\Rightarrow\theta is in quadrant 1.

    \overline\theta=7-2\pi
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