# trig

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Find the reference angle for each given angle:

a) 325 degrees

b) 14pi/3

c) -190 degrees

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360 - 325 =

14/3 = 4 2/3 twice around and 2 pi/3
2 pi/3 = 120 = 180 - 60 so 60 in Q2

10 in Q2

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