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# Finding Conterminal Angles In Exercise 7-10, determine two conterminal angles in radian measure (one positive and one negative) for the angle. To determine

To calculate: The two coterminal angles in radian measure, in which one is positive and another is negative with the help of provided diagram, Explanation

Given Information:

The provided angle is θ=π9 radians, which is shown below as:

Formula used:

The angle measuring θ has same initial and terminal sides as the angle measuring 360θ, such angles are coterminal angle.

Calculation:

Draw diagram for coterminal angles and provided angle for θ=π2 radians.

From above diagram, let θ+ be the positive coterminal angle and θ be the negative coterminal angle

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