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If cosx=sqrt{3}/2 and −pi/2<=x<=0 then the exact value of x, in radians

The range for x, pi/2 <= x <=0, restricts x to the 4th quadrant.
What angle x in the 4th quadrant has the property that cos(x) = sqrt(3)/2?
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