PreCalculus
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The angle θ is in the fourth quadrant, and tan θ = 3/7. Point P is on the terminal arm of angle θ. Which is a possible coordinate for P?
A) 21,9
B) 9,21
C) 9,21
D) 21,9

i can narrow it down for you its either b or d

See my explanation here to the same kind of problem
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1352868859
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