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In standard position, an angle of 7pi/3 radians has the same terminal side as an angle of?

A)-420
B)120
C)60
D)625

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1. pi/3 = 180/3 = 60
6 pi/3 = 360
so
7 pi/3 = 60

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2. -420

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