Happy new year to you all!

I would greatly appreciate your help with these angles!

Thank you!

Find the reference angle R (theta) if (theta) equals to 6.

a. 18.725033

b. 21.325033

c. 16.225033

d. 19.225033

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- Jan 3rd 2010, 08:15 AMjeunesse27Trigonometry. Reference angles
Happy new year to you all!

I would greatly appreciate your help with these angles!

Thank you!

Find the reference angle R (theta) if (theta) equals to 6.

a. 18.725033

b. 21.325033

c. 16.225033

d. 19.225033 - Jan 3rd 2010, 08:56 AMskeeter
- Jan 3rd 2010, 09:28 AMjeunesse27
I was utterly confused myself, though I did copy the question fully from the book.

- Jan 3rd 2010, 10:27 AMskeeter
reference angle is in quadrant IV and equals $\displaystyle 2\pi - 6$

now convert the radian angle $\displaystyle 2\pi - 6$ into degrees.