# trig

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give 3 different coterminal angles in radians to:

pie/3

i changed that to degree and got 60 degress, but now i'm stuck...i don't know what to do

• trig -

Add 360 to 60 to get a coterminal angle, then add another 360 to get another.

You could have written it as
PI/3; PI/3+2PI; PI/3 + 4PI

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