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Find every angle θ between 0 and 360° for which the ratio of sin θ to cos θ is -3.00. (Round your answer to the nearest degree.)

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    tan T = sin T/ cos T
    T = -71.56
    tan is negative in quadrants 2 and 4
    180 - 71.56 = 108
    360 - 71.56 = 288

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