Algebra 2 / Trig

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Given cos X = -0.147, find two possible values for X that are not co-terminal.

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    X = appr. 98.45° or X = 261.55°

    The first of these in in quadrant II, the second is in III, thus they are not coterminal.

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    Thank you. Can you explain how to do this?

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