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1. How do I find (if possible) the complement of 14? 2. How do I determine the quadrant in which a -150 38' angle lies?

1. How do I find (if possible) the complement of π⁄14?
2. How do I determine the quadrant in which a -150° 38' angle lies?
3. How do I determine two coterminal angles (one positive and one negative) for θ -503°
4. How do I Convert 260° 59 '51" to degree-decimal form while rounding the answer to three decimal places?
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1. How do I find (if possible) the complement of π⁄14?
Two angles are said to be complement to each other, if the sum of these two angles are π⁄2.
Here, one angle is π⁄14.
Then the...

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