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What is a positive coterminal angle to 47° that is between 500° and 1000° and a negative coterminal angle to 47° that is between −500° and 0°?

I don't really understand how to do this >.<

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  1. just keep adding/subtracting 360°

    47+360 = 407+360 = 767°
    47-360 = -313 - 360 = -673°

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