What is a positive coterminal angle to 32° that is between 500° and 1000° and a negative coterminal angle to 32° that is between – 500° and 50°?
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What is a positive coterminal angle to 32° that is between 500° and 1000° and a negative
coterminal angle to 32° that is between – 500° and 50°?
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1. User Answers iwillanswer
Positive coterminal angle = 688 degrees
Negative coterminal angle = 392 degrees
Solution:
Coterminal Angles are angles who share the same initial side and terminal sides.
Finding coterminal angles is as simple as adding or subtracting 360° or 2π to each angle, depending on whether the given angle is in degrees or radians
Positive coterminal angle:
The positive coterminal angle of [tex]32^{\circ}[/tex] is given as:
We have to find positive coterminal angle between 500° and 1000°
Between 500° and 1000° there is an angle which is coterminal to 0°:
2 x 360° = 720°
positive coterminal angle = [tex]32^{\circ} + 720^{\circ} = 688^{\circ}[/tex]
Negative coterminal angle:
We have to find negative coterminal angle between – 500° and 50°
Negative coterminal angle = [tex]32^{\circ}  360^{\circ} = 392^{\circ}[/tex]

2. User Answers lemion
Answer:
Postitive: 688
negative: 392
Stepbystep explanation: