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20 February, 03:25

Find an angle T on the unit circle such that 90°< T < 360°, tan T = tanU and m∠U = 50°.

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  1. 20 February, 05:01
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    Okay for this, I'm pretty sure we have to use All Students Take Calc. By this, tangent is positive in quadrants 1 and 3. However, with the restriction given, it has to be Q3. For an angle in quadrant 3, you use 180°+x. In this case, x=50 °.

    Angle T=180 °+50°=230 °.
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