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posted by joe .
convert the point to polar coordinates: (12,12)

x = 12
y = 12
r = sqrt(x^2 + y^2)
theta = arctan y/x = arctan 1,
and is in the fourth quadrant. That would make it 45 degrees or, if you prefer, 315 degrees.
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