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find an angle between 0 and & 2 pi that is coterminal with - 11 over 24 pi

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    coterminal angles are obtained by adding or subtracting multiples of 2π.
    (2π is one rotation)

    did you mean -11/(24π) or (-11/24)π
    I will guess you meant the last.

    -11/24 π is appr. -1.4
    so let's add 2π

    -11/24 π + 2π = (37/24)π

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