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Use the figure to find all angles between 0 and 2π satisfying the given condition sin θ
3 2 2
7x
4π
(Use symbolic notation and fractions where needed. Give your answer in the form of comma separated list.)
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Transcribed Image Text:(1 point) Use the figure to find all angles between 0 and 2π satisfying the given condition sin θ 3 2 2 7x 4π (Use symbolic notation and fractions where needed. Give your answer in the form of comma separated list.) help (fractions)
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