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posted by brooke .
let theta be an angle in quadrant three such that tan theta =6/5

The "reference angle" is arctan 1.2 = 50.19 degrees. You must add 180 to that for the third quadrant.
theta = 180 + 50.19 = 230.19 degrees
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