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For each of the following angles, find a coterminal angle with measure (theta symbol) such that 0 degrees is greater than or equal to theta symbol < 360 degrees.
a) 100 degrees.
I really do not understand how to work this problem and I need help

a. A = 100 + 360 = 260o.
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