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Question:Here is on the worksheet we got: Find the reference angle: (might not be a 30, 60, or 45 degree angle- just find the reference angle) a) -230 degrees b) 192 degress c) 700 degrees d) (25 pi)/6 ---(answer in terms of pi) Thanks for the answers! But how did you find them? That way I know how to do them on the test!

Question:Its Algebra 2 Angles of Rotation

Answers:First, draw 105 degrees. You should end up in the second quadrant. Now draw a line (terminal line) diagonally from the origin. Your reference angle is the angle that is created between the x-axis and the terminal line. So, to get the reference angle, you must subtract 105 degrees from 180 degrees. 180 - 105 = 75 deg

Question:How would I find the reference angle of 95 degrees, 195 degrees, and 320 degrees?

Answers:it is the acute angle formed with the x-axis since i can't draw diagrams here, see the link below for a better understanding. http://faculty.sheltonstate.edu/~drobinson/Referen%20angle.htm for these particular cases, the refernce angles are (180 - 95) , (195 - 180) & (360 - 320)

Question:I need to find the reference angles of 95 degrees, 195 degrees, and 320 degrees. Can someone tell me what a reference angle is and how I find it? Thanks.

Answers:Draw a cross. Draw a bow tie whose center goes through thecenter of the cross. The acute angles formed with the x-axis are the reference angles. 180-95= 85 195-180=15 360-320=40