# math

how to find which angle lies in which quadrant

ex: 7pi/6 3pi/2 or any one

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asked by NITIN
1. 0 - pi/2 quad 1
pi/2 to pi quad 2
pi to 3 pi/2 guad 3
3 pi/2 to 2 pi quad 4

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posted by Damon
2. quadrant one goes from zero to PI/2
quadrant two goes from PI/2 to PI
and so forth.

So can you determine angles <, >, or =? That answers the question.

For instance: 7PI/6 is greater than PI, but less than 3PI/2, so it is in quadrant III.

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