MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Which radian measure is equivalent to −15° ?(has picture)An angle in standard position measures 7π/6 radians.In which quadrant does the terminal side of this angle lie?Quadrant IQuadrant IIQuadrant IIIQuadrant IV

Accepted Solution

A:

-15 degrees = -15 pi / 180 = -pi/12 radians

convert 7pi/6 to degrees

= 7pi/6 * 180 /pi = 210 degrees which is in Quadrant III

convert 7pi/6 to degrees

= 7pi/6 * 180 /pi = 210 degrees which is in Quadrant III