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Suppose theta is an angle in standard position with cos theta > 0. In which quadrants could the terminal side of theta lie? Select two answers.

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II
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IV

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  1. Draw a triangle in standard position. That is, with one corner at (0,0) and one side along the x-axis. The 3rd point is in one of the quadrants.

    cosθ = x/r

    so, in which quadrants is x positive?

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  2. Quadrants I and IV?

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  3. Did you find the right answer

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  4. Nvm the answer is I and IV

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  5. Connections Academy Precalculus B Unit 1 Lesson 6
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    (its a lot of B i know)

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  6. 100% thanks boo

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  7. thanks

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