L02_blank - Day 03 Lecture 02 for 1/13/2011 Algebra &...

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1 Day 03 Lecture 02 for 1/13/2011 Standard Position An angle is said to be in _____________ position if its vertex has been placed at the origin and its initial side coincides with the positive x-axis. A central angle is an angle whose vertex is at the center of a _____________. Slide: 2 of 14 is 0
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2 Angle Specifics Angles constructed from a Counter-Clockwise rotation are said to be ________________, where as angles that open Clockwise are said to be ___________________. Angles which have different amounts of rotation but the same initial and terminal sides are called _________________. Slide: 3 of 14 is 0 More Angle Specifics A zero angle represents “not rotating a ray”, and therefore its terminal side is the __________ as its initial side. The positive x-axis and positive y-axis are rays which join together at the origin . The angle which rotates the positive x-axis to the positive y-axis is known as a ______________ angle. Slide: 4 of 14 is 0
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3 Even More Angle Specifics The angle which rotates the positive x-axis to the negative x-axis is called a ____________ angle. An
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