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posted by tony .
Find all angles in degrees that satisfy the equation. Round approximate answers to the nearest tenth of a degree.
tan α = 1.85

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Steve
arctan(1.85) = 61.6°
tan(x) < 0 in QII, QIV, so
x = (18061.6) = 118.4°
x = (36061.6) = 298.4°
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