find the next two positive and negative angles coterminal with the quadrantal angle.

90 degrees.

I am really confused, what would the two positive and two least negative numbers be? i know it you add or subtract 360.

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2. I think you would just add and subtract multiples of 360° to end up in the same postion (coterminal)

coterminal with 90° in the positive direction:
450° and 810°
in the negative direction:
-270° and -630°

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3. Find the next two positive and two negative angles that are coterminal with the given quadrantal angle.
angle -630

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