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theta is an angle in standard position with a domain of 0 degrees < theta < 350 degrees and cot theta = -(24)/(7). Find all possible values of theta (accurate to 0.1 degree if necessary).

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cot < 0 in QII and QIV
theta = 180-16.26 and 360-16.26

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