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Solve for all possible values of x where O°≤x360°.
sin x=2/3.

I do not understand these types of questions please answer in as much detail as you can so I can do them myself.

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  1. The following reference solves a similar question in a way that applies to the current question.
    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1310912979

    Note that for the current question, there are two quadrants that satisfy the sign requirement, namely first and second quadrants.

    To find θ you will need to add or subtract the reference angle t from the horizontal line, namely 0° or 180°.

    If you need further help, please post.

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