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**A Beautiful Mind** Alright, I'm trying to find 80 degrees in standard position without a thinga-ma-bobber.

Here are the steps you're supposed to do:

A. Draw an angle in standard position.

B. Convert to radian measure using exact values.

C. Name the reference angle in both degrees and radians.

260 degrees.

I drew it at 260 degrees in Quad III.

Step B I do not know.

C. The reference angle is 80 degrees and it's 4pi/9.

I can see where $\displaystyle \frac{4\pi}{9}$+$\displaystyle \frac{9\pi}{9} $ would be $\displaystyle \frac{13\pi}{9}$ but that is not how it says to do it in the book. It would be a subtraction problem instead. The example problem and this one are very close...

$\displaystyle \frac{13\pi}{9}$ is the answer I need to get.